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Italian, Florentine: 'Head of a Male Saint'

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The saint has been identified as Peter. From the church of the Carmine in Florence; probably from the chapel of St Andrew there, founded by Ugolino di Bonsi after 1350. The work is concave, which suggests that it is from a vault. The damaged state of the fragment makes an attribution difficult, and it is not known who was responsible for the frescoes in this chapel.


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