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Jacopo della Quercia, Ferrara Madonna (Silvestri Madonna) Marble, 1403 Museo dellOpera del Duomo, Ferrara
Jacopo della Quercia, Tomb of Ilaria del Carretto, View from south Marble c Lucca Cathedral
Detail of putto holding garland, southwest corner
Detail of garland
Detail of Ilaria
Giovanni dAmbrogio (?), (past attribution to Jacopo della Quercia) Annunciation, Marble, c.1405, Museo dellOpera del Duomo, Florence
Detail of Carretto Coat of Arms, View from east
Detail of Ilarias garland
Detail of foliated Cross, View from west
Detail of dog
Detail of putto
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Predella: St. Jerome and the LionMiracle of the body of St. RichardSt. Cristina
Predella: Miracle of St. Richards body
Predella: Martyrdom of St. Lawrence
Predella: St. Jerome and the Lion
Predella: detail of Marytyrdom of St. Ursula
Bust above St. UrsulaBust above St. Lawrence
Bust above St. Jerome Bust above St. Richard
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