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The 35 Artworks of Filippo Brunelleschi

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Filippo Brunelleschi - The nave of the churchThe nave of the churchFilippo Brunelleschi

'Francesco Camilliani's most notable work is the Renaissance fountain in the Piazza Pretoria in Palermo, the Fontana Pretoria. This piece was originally commissioned for the garden of the villa outside Florenceof the viceroy Don Pedro Álvarez de Toledo; it was completed in 1555. Camilliani was aided...

San Lorenzo (Florence, Italy)
Filippo Brunelleschi - View of the interiorView of the interiorFilippo Brunelleschi

'The subject matter of Callot's etchings was extremely varied; in a host of tiny compositions, he represented vagabonds and dwarfs, and characters from the commedia dell' arte. He did two series of the Miseries of War, one large and one small, as well as views of cities and representations of elabor...

Filippo Brunelleschi - View of the domeView of the domeFilippo Brunelleschi

'Callot, adventurous from his youth, carried his daring and curiosity into his craft and is responsible for inventive brilliance in the preparation of his etched plates. He was born in Nancy, France; his family planned a life for him in the Church. However, he ran away from home on two occasions whi...

Santa Croce (Florence, Italy)
Filippo Brunelleschi - FaçadeFaçadeFilippo Brunelleschi

'The most impressive of Brustolon's works was a set of forty pieces executed around 1700 for the palace of a Venetian nobleman, Pietro Venier. The chairs were made of boxwood, carved so that the supports resembled gnarled branches of trees, laces with vines and tendrils. The front supports included ...

San Lorenzo (Florence, Italy)
Filippo Brunelleschi - FaçadeFaçadeFilippo Brunelleschi

The celebrated frescoes, the Triumph of Death, with accompanying scenes of the Last Judgment, Hell, and Legends of the Hermits were attributed for long time to Francesco Traini. These, among the outstanding Italian paintings of the 14th century, were badly damaged by bombs in the Second World War, b...

Filippo Brunelleschi - Exterior view of the ChapelExterior view of the ChapelFilippo Brunelleschi

The Chapter House for the monastery of Santa Croce was commissioned by the powerful Pazzi family and is known as the Pazzi Chapel. Although the structure may have been designed c. 1423-24, the construction did not start until 1442 and it was only finished c. 1465. The design of the façade, still unf...

Filippo Brunelleschi - Cupola (detail)Cupola (detail)Filippo Brunelleschi

Caffa made a notable contribution to sculpted altars with this group, which was begun in 1663 for the Roman church of Sant'Agostino. The work was to replace an earlier painting of the same subject by Giovanni Francesco Romanelli, so an element of competition between painting and sculpture may have f...