Detail View: ADJUNCT MODULE B: ITALIAN ART: Madonna and Child with Two Seraphim; Christ Blessing with Cherubim and Seraphim, Saints Andrew and Denis

Collection: 
ADJUNCT MODULE B: ITALIAN ART
Preferred Title: 
Madonna and Child with Two Seraphim; Christ Blessing with Cherubim and Seraphim, Saints Andrew and Denis
Image View: 
Surrounding panels by the Master of the Fiesole Epiphany; Saint Andrew
Creator: 
circle of Domenico Ghirlandaio (Italian artist, 1449-1494); Master of the Fiesole Epiphany (Italian artist, active 1450-1500)
Location: 
repository: Museo dell'Ospedale degli Innocenti (Florence, Tuscany, Italy)
Location Note: 
Piazza SS. Annunziata, 13
GPS: 
+43.776308+11.261214
Date: 
ca. 1475-1499 (creation)
Cultural Context: 
Italian
Style Period: 
Fifteenth century; Renaissance
Work Type 1: 
panel painting
Work Type 2: 
devotional image (religious work)
Work Type 3: 
fresco (painting)
Classification: 
Paintings
Material: 
paint on wood panel; fresco fragment
Technique: 
fresco painting (technique); painting and painting techniques
Subjects: 
New Testament; saints; Jesus Christ; assemblage
Description: 
This assemblage, comprising a fresco and a panel panel originally designed to hold a devotional image comes from the church of the Orbatello Hospice. The works were brought together at a later date. One of them is attributed to Ghirlandaio's workshop (possibly Davide del Ghirlandaio) while the other is done by an eclectic unknown painter who probably trained under Cosimo Rosselli and who was close to Jacopo del Sellaio. [Information from museum label].
Collection: 
Adjunct Module B: Italian Art
Identifier: 
7A1-ALBC-MCA-A05
Rights: 
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