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Giambologna
Late 17th or 18th century
Antonio Rossellino
ca. 1470
Pierre Philippe Thomire
lapidary work: early 19th century; pedestal and mounts: 1819
Giambologna
modeled 1585–87, cast ca. 1611
Giovanni Battista Foggini
ca. 1680–82
Italian, Florence
ca. 1460–80
Antonio Rossellino
ca. 1455–60
Agostino d'Antonio di Duccio
1459
Donatello
1432
Giambologna
1590s
Giambologna
probably 1587–91
Workshop of Giuliano da Maiano (1432–1490) and Benedetto da Maiano (1442–1497)
ca. 1489–91
Italian, probably Tuscany
ca. 1530–50
Giovanni Pisano
ca. 1301, with later additions
Italian
early 15th century
Medici Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1575–87
Andrea della Robbia
ca. 1470–75
Luca della Robbia
ca. 1455
Lorenzo Bartolini
1845
Giovanni Caccini
1583–84
Cristoforo Stati (Cristofano da Bracciano)
1600–1601
Battista di Domenico Lorenzi
1568–70
Simone Mosca
1527–34
Apollonio di Giovanni di Tomaso
after ca. 1461
Fra Domenico Portigiani
17th century?
Italian, probably Tuscany
second half 15th century
Galleria dei Lavori, Florence
ca. 1606–23
Doccia Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1745–50
Italian, probably Tuscany (?)
probably ca. 1480
Italian, probably Florence
mid-15th century
Benvenuto Cellini
late 16th century
Benozzo Gozzoli (Benozzo di Lese di Sandro)
1460–80
Italian, probably Siena
second half 15th century
Italian, probably Florence
second half 16th century
Italian, probably Florence
1565–85
C. C.
ca. 1640, with 18th century additions
Italian, probably Florence
third quarter 16th century
Italian, probably Florence
16th–17th century
Giovanni Beltrami
citrine 1820, gold suspension loop probably contemporary with intaglio
Italian
1425–50