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Madonna and Child with Angels

Artist:
After a model by Antonio Rossellino (Italian, Settignano 1427–ca. 1479 Florence)
Date:
third quarter 15th century
Culture:
Italian, Florence
Medium:
Painted and gilt stucco; wood frame (not original to relief)
Dimensions:
Without later frame, 32-7/8 x 22-1/2 in. (83.5 x 57.1 cm); a) and b) with frame, 65-3/4 x 39 in. (167 x 99.1 cm)
Classification:
Sculpture
Credit Line:
Bequest of George Blumenthal, 1941
Accession Number:
41.190.40a
On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 605
The original marble of this composition is in the Morgan Library, New York. Stucco copies, called "squeezes," were frequently taken to replicate popular models and then painted by specialists. The color scheme and decorative impulse recall one such specialist in the service of sculptors, the Florentine Neri di Bicci (1419–1491).
George and Florence Blumenthal , New York (until 1941; bequeathed to MMA)
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