Art/ Collection/ Art Object

Giuliano and Clemente della Rovere

Artist:
Medalist: Giovanni Filangieri Candida (born before 1450, died ca. 1498–1499)
Date:
ca. 1494
Culture:
Italian, Rome
Medium:
Bronze, cast
Dimensions:
Diameter: 61.3 mm
Classification:
Medals and Plaquettes
Credit Line:
Ann and George Blumenthal Fund, 1950
Accession Number:
50.58.16
Not on view
The Naples-born Candida was also active in Burgundy, France, and Rome. Giuliano della Rovere, bishop of Ostia and cardinal of San Pietro, later became Pope Julius II (r. 1503–13).
Inscription: Obverse: in margin: IVLIANVS • EP[iscopu]S • OSTIEN[sis] • CAR[dinalis] • S[ancti] • P[etri] • AD • VINCVLA • [trans.: Giuliano, bishop of Ostia [and] cardinal of San Pietro in Vincoli]

Reverse: in margin: CLEMENS • DE • RVVERE • EP[iscopu]S • MIMATEN[sis] [trans.: Clemente della Rovere, bishop of Mende]
J. Pierpont Morgan ; J. P. Morgan Jr. ; Junius Spencer Morgan
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