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Ippolita Maria Sforza, Nannina de' Medici, Lucrezia Tornabuoni, Clarice Orsini, Bianca Maria di Medici e Ludovica Tornabuoni

Ippolita Maria Sforza, Nannina de' Medici, Lucrezia Tornabuoni, Clarice Orsini, Bianca Maria di Medici e Ludovica Tornabuoni

Ghirlandaio, Domenico: Florenz, Kirche Santa Trinita: Der Verzicht auf Hab und Gut

Ghirlandaio Renunciation of Worldly Goods, , Santa Trinita, Florence. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Renunciation of Worldly Goods by Ghirlandaio.

Domenico Ghirlandaio.  Detail from The Birth of Mary. c.1485-1490

1480s Florence – Reta (netted headdress)

Ghirlandaio Birth of Mary detail 3 Center Figure, , Cappella Tornabuoni, Santa Maria Novella, Florence. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Birth of Mary detail 3 Center Figure by Ghirlandaio.

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Gentile Bellini Miracle of the Cross at the Bridge of San Lorenzo, (detail) oil on cm,Accademia of Venice.

Ghirlandaio, Sassetti Chapel, Santa Trinita. Detail with Ghirlandaio's self-portrait. The artist himself is standing by the pillar on the right and looking "at the camera".

The artist himself is standing by the pillar on the right and looking "at the camera".

Eleanor of Toledo, Duchess of Florence. Painting by the workshop of Bronzino, after 1560

after 1560 Workshop of Angnolo Bronzino, Agnolo di Cosimo, (Italian Mannerist artist, Eleonora di Toledo wearing only one glove in which she is carrying what appears to be a handkerchief

1486-90.DOMENICO GHIRLANDAIO (1449-94)Herod's Banquet.Fresco. Cappella Tornabuoni,Santa Maria Novella,Florence.

Domenico Ghirlandaio - Herod's Banquet Fresco, width 450 cm Cappella Tornabuoni, Santa Maria Novella, Florence Frescoes on the right wall: Stories of St John the Baptist

sculptor Mino da Fiesole - Giovanni di Cosimo de' Medici (1421 – 23 September 1463) - Firenze, Florence - Bargello Museum

Giovanni di Cosimo de' Medici ~ ~ Mino da Fiesole ~ Firenze, Bargello ~ Mino da Fiesole, also known as Mino di Giovanni, was an Italian sculptor from Poppi, Tuscany. He is noted for his portrait busts.

Ghirlandaio, Sassetti Chapel, Santa Trinita, Florence. Climbing up the stairs towards their dad (below) are Lorenzo's children Giuliano (front - later helper of Leo X with the title Duc de Nemours), Piero (known later as Piero the Fatuous) and lastly the blond Giovanni (known later as Pope Leo X). They are led by Agnolo Poliziano, their tutor who was credited with saving Lorenzo's life in the Pazzi Conspiracy in 1487.

Ghirlandaio, Sassetti Chapel, Santa Trinita, Florence. Climbing up the stairs towards their dad (below) are Lorenzo's children Giuliano (front - later helper of Leo X with the title Duc de Nemours), Piero (known later as Piero the Fatuous) and lastly the blond Giovanni (known later as Pope Leo X). They are led by Agnolo Poliziano, their tutor who was credited with saving Lorenzo's life in the Pazzi Conspiracy in 1487.

Ludovico Cardi (called 'il Cigoli') - Cosimo I Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany – Firenze, florence - Palazzo Medici Riccardi

Prospero duke costume Mariah I may try to mimic what you have for Antonio. But saw this and thought-- I like Ludovico Cardi (called 'il Cigoli') - Cosimo I Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany – Firenze, florence - Palazzo Medici Riccardi

Medal of Leon Battista Alberti (Italian Renaissance architect, humanist and mathematician) between 1446-1450, British Museum London. The obverse of the medal represents Alberti wearing close fitting dress, while the reverse shows a laurel wreath within which a winged human eye and the Latin motto: 'quid tum' (literal meaning is 'What then?')

Medal of Leon Battista Alberti (Italian Renaissance architect, humanist and mathematician) between 1446-1450, British Museum London. The obverse of the medal represents Alberti wearing close fitting dress, while the reverse shows a laurel wreath within which a winged human eye and the Latin motto: 'quid tum' (literal meaning is 'What then?')

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Gentile Bellini: Procession in the Piazza San Marco. THis shows the Piazza in

Ghirlandaio, Domenico: Florenz, Kirche Santa Trinita: Die Bestätigung der Ordensregel, Detail mit Antonio Pucci, Lorenzo il Magnifico, Francesco Sassetti und dessen Sohn

Ghirlandaio Confirmation of the Rule detail 3 Far Right, , Santa Trinita, Florence. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Confirmation of the Rule detail 3 Far Right by Ghirlandaio.

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