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Pietro Lombardo Tomb of Doge Antonio Roselli c.1464-67 S. Antonio (Il Santo) Padua
Desiderio da Settignano, Tomb of Carlo Marsuppini, after 1453, (white and colored marbles, traces of gilding and paint), S. Croce, Florence
Pietro or Tullio Lombardo, Miracle of the Speaking Babe, marble relief, c.1467, Chapel of St. Anthony, S. Antonio (Il Santo), Padua
Pietro Lombardo Monument of Doge Pietro Mocenigo 1476-81 Istrian stone and marble Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice
Pietro Lombardo Tomb of Doge Pietro Mocenigo, Detail of Relief: Three Marys at the Tomb
Detail of Doge Mocenigo flanked by two youthful angels
Detail of putto from Desiderio da Settignano’s Marsuppini Tomb
Detail of supporting figures
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Detail of Warrior figure In niche
Detail of relief: Hercules battling the Hydra
Detail of warrior figure in niche
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Marcello Venusti, Portrait of Michelangelo, after 1535.
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