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  • Stories of St. Francis, by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1482-1485, 15th century, fresco.
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    Stories of St. Francis, by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1482-1485, 15th century, fresco.
    Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Basilica of Santa Trinita. Detail. Episode of the renunciation of possessions in the Sassetti Chapel, the city from the background.

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/Archivio Antonio Quattrone/Antonio Quattrone
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    Portrait d'homme, dit l'orfevre (Ritratto d' uomo detto L'orafo) - Peinture de Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449-1494), huile sur toile, 43,5x31,5 cm. Firenze, Palazzo Pitti, Galleria Palatina ©EdR/Leemage

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/LEEMAGE
  • The Last Supper, by Domenico Bigordi known as Ghirlandaio, 1480, 15th Century, fresco
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    The Last Supper, by Domenico Bigordi known as Ghirlandaio, 1480, 15th Century, fresco
    Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Ognissanti Church. All. Last supper in a vaulted space. Openings in the background reveal tree tops with birds table fruit trees bread jug vase flowers window arch vault.

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/Electa
  • Stories of the Virgin and St John the Baptist The Nativity of Mary, by Domenico Bigordi known as Ghirlandaio, 1486 - 1490, 15th Century, fresco
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    Stories of the Virgin and St John the Baptist The Nativity of Mary, by Domenico Bigordi known as Ghirlandaio, 1486 - 1490, 15th Century, fresco
    Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Santa Maria Novella Basilica, choirchancel. Detail. Birth Virgin Mary handmaids basin water bed midwives scale women embrace Anne inside palace frieze writing inscription putti.

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/Electa
  • St Jerome, by Domenico Bigordi known as Ghirlandaio, 1449, 15th Century, fresco torn down
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    St Jerome, by Domenico Bigordi known as Ghirlandaio, 1449, 15th Century, fresco torn down
    Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Ognissanti Church. All. Male figure with a long white beard, dressed with a red hood, sitting at the desk, with carpet, books and serveral objects.

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/Electa/Bruno Balestrini
  • St. Francis Receiving the Rule by Pope Honorius III (San Francesco riceve la regola da papa Onorio III), by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1483-1486, 15th Century, fresco
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    St. Francis Receiving the Rule by Pope Honorius III (San Francesco riceve la regola da papa Onorio III), by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1483-1486, 15th Century, fresco
    Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Church of Santa Trinita, Sassetti Chapel. Detail. Central wall of the fresco depicting St. Francis and his brothers in the presence of Pope Honorius III, while some members of the clergy, sitting down and creating two lines, attend to the historical event; on the background, Piazza della Signoria with Loggia dei Lanzi without statues, Palazzo Vecchio and the church of San Pier Scheraggio, destroyed to build the Uffizi.

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Antonio Quattrone/Antonio Quattrone
  • Tomb of Francesco Sassetti (Sepolcro di Francesco Sassetti), by Giuliano da Sangallo, 1485-1490, 15th Century, stone
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    Tomb of Francesco Sassetti (Sepolcro di Francesco Sassetti), by Giuliano da Sangallo, 1485-1490, 15th Century, stone
    Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Church of Santa Trinita, Sassetti Chapel. Whole artwork view. The tomb of Francesco Sassetti is located on the side wall, under an arch at the same height of the altar; the basalt sarcophagus contrasts with the stone of arcosolia decorated by gilded bas-reliefs; on the background, the fresco by Domenico Ghirlandaio portraying the man in profile, praying on his knees, looking to the altar.

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Antonio Quattrone/Antonio Quattrone
  • The Resurrection of the Boy (Miracolo del fanciullo risuscitato), by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1482-1486, 15th Century, fresco
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    The Resurrection of the Boy (Miracolo del fanciullo risuscitato), by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1482-1486, 15th Century, fresco
    Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Church of Santa Trinita, Sassetti Chapel. Detail. At the center of the back wall, above the altar, there is the painting of a posthumous miracle attributed to St. Francis, who raised a child fell from a window of the Palazzo Spini in Piazza Santa Trinita; the child sits on his bier in the middle of the painting, in profile with folded hands, while St. Francis blesses him from heaven and his mother is approaching; on both sides of the scene there are people witnessing the miracle, with the daughters of Francesco Sassetti on the left, and two monks kneeling on the right.

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Antonio Quattrone/Antonio Quattrone
  • St. Francis Receiving the Stigmata (San Francesco riceve le stimmate), by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1482-1486, 15th Century, fresco
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    St. Francis Receiving the Stigmata (San Francesco riceve le stimmate), by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1482-1486, 15th Century, fresco
    Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Church of Santa Trinita, Sassetti Chapel. Detail. In the middle stands out the fortress of La Verna, where the miracle happened; in the lower right one sees St. Francis, kneeling with open arms, to receive the divine stigmata from the Crucifix in heaven in a cloud surrounded by seraphs.

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Antonio Quattrone/Antonio Quattrone
  • Vault of the Sassetti Chapel (Volta della Cappella Sassetti), by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1482-1486, 15th Century, fresco
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    Vault of the Sassetti Chapel (Volta della Cappella Sassetti), by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1482-1486, 15th Century, fresco
    Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Church of Santa Trinita, Sassetti Chapel. Whole artwork view. The vault of the chapel is painted with four Sibyls, Cumaean, Eritrean, Agrippine and Cimmerian, placed on a starry blue background, between ribs decorated with garlands of flowers and fruits; each Sibyl, who holds a scroll with Latin prophecies, is portrayed sitting front sight on a throne of clouds, before a golden nimbus.

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Antonio Quattrone/Antonio Quattrone