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Attributed to the Master of the Pala Sforzesca: 'The Virgin and Child with Saints and Donors'

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On the left of the Virgin's throne is James the Greater and a deacon martyr who may be either Saint Lawrence or Stephen. On the right is a Franciscan, who is probably Saint Bernardino, with another unidentified saint. The donors have not been identified. They may represent a single family, the men to Christ's right and the women to his left, ranged behind the married couple facing each other in the foreground.

This artist is named after the Pala Sforzesca which is dated to 1494/5 and is now in the Brera, Milan.

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