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Paris Bordon - Apollo and Daphne
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Pietro Benvenuti - Cephalus and Procris
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Domenico Beccafumi - Penelope weaves the web
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Jacopo Bassano - Announcement to the shepherds
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Visino - Deposition of Christ from the cross
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Hans Membling; Filippino Lippi - The face of Christ between two angels
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Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio - The Madonna and Child between Saint Joseph and an angel playing the mandola
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Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, detto Guercino - San Girolamo
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Juan Mates  - Enthroned Madonna with Child crowning Saint Eulalia
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Antonio Vivarini - Saint Nicholas
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Cristoforo Caselli, detto il Temperelli - Enthroned Madonna and Child between Saints Benedict and Cyprian
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Adoration of the Magi
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Alessandro Vittoria - Sebastiano Venier
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Holy Face
Paris Bordon - Apollo and Daphne
Pietro Benvenuti - Cephalus and Procris
Domenico Beccafumi - Penelope weaves the web
Jacopo Bassano - Announcement to the shepherds
Visino - Deposition of Christ from the cross
Hans Membling; Filippino Lippi - The face of Christ between two angels
Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio - The Madonna and Child between Saint Joseph and an angel playing the mandola
Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, detto Guercino - San Girolamo
Juan Mates  - Enthroned Madonna with Child crowning Saint Eulalia
Antonio Vivarini - Saint Nicholas
Cristoforo Caselli, detto il Temperelli - Enthroned Madonna and Child between Saints Benedict and Cyprian
Adoration of the Magi
Alessandro Vittoria - Sebastiano Venier
Holy Face

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Description

This image of the face of Christ is probably inspired by the so-called legend of Edessa.

Francesco del Pugliese, Florentine merchant and patron, bought the central panel by the Flemish hand and commissioned the two side doors from Filippino Lippi. Lippi in those years (1487-1502) frescoed the chapel of San Giovanni Evangelista in SM Novella in Florence for Strozzi. This probably influenced the choice of subjects taken from the Johannine Gospel.

On the left Jesus meets the Samaritan woman at the well . In the right panel the meeting between Mary Magdalene and Jesus takes place in the garden of the sepulcher.


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