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Triptych, open: Bust of Christ, Saints John the Baptist and Peter. Closed: Saints John the Evangelist and Columba
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1495
Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio Di Benedetto Aquili)
Triptych, open: Bust of Christ, Saints John the Baptist and Peter. Closed: Saints John the Evangelist and Columba
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1495
Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio Di Benedetto Aquili)

This triptych consists of five panels, the central one depicting a bust of Christ with a halo incorporating a cross. He presides over the composition, flanked on the inside of the lateral panels by Saint Peter with his keys and Saint John the Baptist wearing his hair shirt. On the exterior of the lateral panels are Saint John the Evangelist holding a pen and his Gospel, and Saint Columba (9th cent

Bust of Christ
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1495
Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio Di Benedetto Aquili)
Bust of Christ
Tempera on panel. Ca. 1495
Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio Di Benedetto Aquili)

The Virgin and Child
Fresco painting on mural transferred to canvas. Ca. 1495
Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio Di Benedetto Aquili)
The Virgin and Child
Fresco painting on mural transferred to canvas. Ca. 1495
Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio Di Benedetto Aquili)

This is part of a fresco originally in the church of San Giacomo degli Spagnoli in Rome, from where it was removed from the wall just before 1907, the year it entered the Prado with an attribution to Baldassare Peruzzi. It is in fact by Antoniazzo Romano, a painter greatly in demand from the Spanish community in Rome due to his skillful fusion of Renaissance pictorial innovations with the devotion

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