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Volterra, Tuscany, Italy in Europe

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The Descent from the Cross, 1521 (oil on panel) (for detail see 85136) Featured Volterra Print

The Descent from the Cross, 1521 (oil on panel) (for detail see 85136)

XAL227153 The Descent from the Cross, 1521 (oil on panel) (for detail see 85136) by Rosso Fiorentino, Giovanni Battista (1494-1540); 335.3x198 cm; Pinacoteca, Volterra, Italy; Italian, out of copyright

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Altarpiece, Deposition, Descente Du Croix, Grief, Ladders, Mannerist, Weeping

Daniele da Volterra. From: Giorgio Vasari, The Lives of the Most Excellent Italian Painters, Sculpto Featured Volterra Print

Daniele da Volterra. From: Giorgio Vasari, The Lives of the Most Excellent Italian Painters, Sculpto

Daniele da Volterra. From: Giorgio Vasari, The Lives of the Most Excellent Italian Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, 1648. Found in the collection of Private Collection G. Ivakin, Kiev

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And Arc, Anonymous, Daniele Da Volterra, Fine Art Images, Florentine School, Graphic Arts, Italy, Le Vite De Più Eccellenti Pittori, Lives Of The Most Excellent Italian Painters, Mannerism, Portrait, Sculptors, Scultori Et Architettori, Woodcut

Lazio Roma Rome S. Lorenzo Panisperna Italy italian country Featured Volterra Print

Lazio Roma Rome S. Lorenzo Panisperna Italy italian country

Lazio Roma Rome S. Lorenzo in Panisperna, this is my Italy, the italian country of visual history, Post-medieval Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural relief, sculpture, painting, fresco Antiquities Sculptural fragments Antique structure c. 3rd-4th century erected on site where tradition places the martyrdom of S. Lorenzo. Building dates from late 16th century in style of Counter-Reformation after a probable project by Francesco da Volterra

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