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Marco Palmezzano - Annunciation
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Guido di Pietro, detto Beato Angelico - The Nativity
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Guido di Pietro, detto Beato Angelico - Prayer in the garden
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Giovanni Fattori - Oxen to the cart
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Guido Cagnacci - Allegory of Spherical Astrology
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Vitale da Bologna - Madonna with the child
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Alessandro Magnasco, detto Lissandrino - Christ and the adulteress
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Alessandro Rossellino - Sarcophagus of Blessed Marcolino Amanni
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Marco Palmezzano - The Crucifix, the Madonna and Saints Francis, Clare, John the Evangelist and Magdalene
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Flask with flowers
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Lorenzo di Credi - Portrait of a Young Woman or Lady of Jasmine
Marco Palmezzano - Annunciation
Guido di Pietro, detto Beato Angelico - The Nativity
Guido di Pietro, detto Beato Angelico - Prayer in the garden
Giovanni Fattori - Oxen to the cart
Guido Cagnacci - Allegory of Spherical Astrology
Vitale da Bologna - Madonna with the child
Alessandro Magnasco, detto Lissandrino - Christ and the adulteress
Alessandro Rossellino - Sarcophagus of Blessed Marcolino Amanni
Marco Palmezzano - The Crucifix, the Madonna and Saints Francis, Clare, John the Evangelist and Magdalene
Flask with flowers
Lorenzo di Credi - Portrait of a Young Woman or Lady of Jasmine

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Description

The work was the sepulchral urn of Blessed Marcolino and was once located inside the church of San Giacomo Apostolo of the Dominican convent of Forlì. With the subversive laws of the Kingdom of Italy, the ark was acquired in the collections of the civic art gallery, while the remains of the Blessed were moved to the Cathedral, where today they are venerated in an urn in the chapel dedicated to Sant'Anna.

The urn is dated to 1458 and is only partially the work of Antonio Rossellino. The figurines of the Annunciation, Temperance, Justice and the angels on the sarcophagus are attributable to him, while other parts could belong to the hand of his brother Giovanni.


Texts: Lorenza Montanari, Martina Neri - Museums Unit of the Municipality of Forlì


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