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Giovanni Battista Foggini
ca. 1680–82
Apollonio di Giovanni di Tomaso
after ca. 1461
Giambologna
1590s
Mino da Fiesole (Mino di Giovanni)
third quarter 15th century
Agostino d'Antonio di Duccio
1459
Balthasar Permoser
ca. 1680–85
Workshop of Giuliano da Maiano (1432–1490) and Benedetto da Maiano (1442–1497)
ca. 1489–91
Donatello
1432
Antonio Rossellino
ca. 1455–60
Giambologna
Late 17th or 18th century
Cristoforo Stati (Cristofano da Bracciano)
1600–1601
Battista di Domenico Lorenzi
1568–70
Medici Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1575–87
Lorenzo Bartolini
1845
Giambologna
modeled 1585–87, cast ca. 1611
Giovanni Caccini
1583–84
Jacopo [Giacomo] Barozzi da Vignola
ca. 1565–73
Pierre Philippe Thomire
lapidary work: early 19th century; pedestal and mounts: 1819
Antonio Rossellino
ca. 1470
Giambologna
probably 1587–91
Galleria dei Lavori, Florence
ca. 1606–23
Giovanni Beltrami
citrine 1820, gold suspension loop probably contemporary with intaglio
Domenico Pieratti
ca. 1625–30
Michelangelo Buonarroti
ca. 1490
Italian, Rome
late 16th or early 17th century
Giuliano Finelli
1631–32
Andrea Bregno
1491
Giovanni Francesco Susini
1639
Baccio Bandinelli
1539–40
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
ca. 1616–17
Giovanni Battista Foggini
ca. 1680–82
Alessandro Algardi
second half of the 17th century
Niccolo Michetti
ca. 1715
Pietro Bernini
1616–17
Antonio Canova
1804–6
Antonio Gentili (Antonio da Faenza)
late 16th century
Colonna
ca. 1600
Johann Jakob Kornmann (called Cormano)
ca. 1632
Giambologna
early 17th century
Giovanni Giardini
ca. 1702