MADONNA AND CHILD ENTHRONED WITH ATTENDANT ANGELS
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GIOVANNI DI BARTOLOMEO CRISTIANI

MADONNA AND CHILD ENTHRONED WITH ATTENDANT ANGELS

1365-1370

wood, tempera, gilding

163,2 х 90,4 cm

Inv.: 176

Initially this was the central part of a polyptych: the side panels with depictions of saints are in the Hermitage Museum (St. Romuald and St. Andrew) and in the Bandini Museum in Fiesole.

Provenance: purchased in Italy, probably Florence between 1841 and 1842, by Karl-August Beine, professor of architecture at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg; acquired by the Academy's Museum of Medieval Russian Art c. 1869; transferred from there to the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg in 1896 and in 1910 to the Hermitage Museum; in the Pushkin Museum since 1924.


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