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Il Santo (Basilica of Sant’Antonio), Padua
Donatello, High Altar of il Santo (reconstruction) 1447-50, Bronze Basilica di Sant'Antonio, Padua
Madonna and Child with SS Anthony and Francis
Donatello, Crucifix 1449 Bronze, 180 x 166 cm Basilica di Sant'Antonio, Padua (originally intended for the altar in the center of the choir; presently incorporated into the high altar of il Santo)
Symbol of St. Matthew, bronze
Symbol of St. John the Evangelist, bronze
m Symbol of St. Mark, bronze
High altar of il Santo, view from behind
Lamentation Stone with inlaid mosaic and glazed coloured strips (relief from the back of high altar of il Santo)
St. Francis, bronze
St. Francis, detail of crucifix
Santa Giustina Daniel
St. Louis St. Prosdocimus
Miracle of the New-born Child Bronze, 57 x 123 cm
Miracle of the newborn child, detail
Miracle of the Repentant Son Bronze, 57 x 123 cm
Miracle of the Ass Bronze
Miracle of the Miser’s Heart Bronze, 57 x 123 cm
Musician angels, Bronze panels (presently flanking the central “Man of Sorrows” panel on the front of the high altar)
Donatello, Equestrian Monument to Erasmo da Narni (“Gattamelata”) Bronze, 1447-53 Piazza del Santo, Padua
Four bronze horses from the façade of San Marco, Venice (brought to Venice from Constantinople during the 4 th Crusades
“Gattamelata”, Detail of armour
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