Bronze pax, The Virgin and Child with the Infant Saint John, School of Jacopo Sansovino, Venezia, end of the 16th century

Mis en ligne par le May 5, 2015

  • Bowdoin College Museum of Fine Art (134 x 89)
  • Brescia Musei (silhouetted; 128 x 75)
  • Diocese of Bologna (pax, Venetian frame, dated 1608; 180 x 120)
  • Diocese of Bologna (pax; 180 x 110)
  • Detroit Institute of Arts
  • Hermitage Museum
  • Louvre
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (pax: 133 x 88; plaquette: 178 x 124)
  • Musei di Palazzo Venezia (138 x 88)
  • Museo Civico Cremona (plain background)
  • Museo Civico Padova
  • Museo Civico Piacenza
  • Museo Civico Turin
  • Museo Correr (pax, Venetian frame; 179 x 125)
  • Museo Correr (129 x 85)
  • Museo Civico di Amedeo Lia (lacking background, uniquely framed and polychromed; 160 x 190 [255 x 175 w/ frame])
  • Museo Lazaro Galdiano (plain background; 134 x 92)
  • Museo Lazaro Galdiano (128 x 85)
  • National Gallery of Art (171 x 121)
  • Palazzo Madama
  • Staatliche Museen Berlin, Bode (130 x 85)
  • Vatican Museo Cristiano
REFERENCES:
  • Avery (Amedeo Lia), 1998 (No. 198, pp. 278-9)
  • Bange (Staatliche Museen Berlin), 1922 (No. 946, p. 124)
  • Bekker (No. 179)
  • Bode (Museen Staatliche Berlin), 1904 (No. 1271)
  • Cannata (Museo di Palazzo Venezia), 1982 (No. 64, pp. 70-71)
  • Molinari (No. 361)
  • Molinier, 1886 (No. 431, Vol 2 pp. 57-58)
  • Newbery, Timothy (1990). Italian Renaissance Frames. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. (No. 49, p. 75)
  • Norris/Weber (Bowdoin College), 1976 (No. 361, p. 104)
  • Rossi (Musei Civici di Brescia), 1974 (No. 144, pp. 98-99)
  • Wixom (Cleveland Museum of Art and Private Collections), 1975 (No. 103)