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Zanobi Machiavelli: 'A Bishop Saint and Saint Nicholas of Tolentino'
This painting is part of the group: Panels from an Altarpiece

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On the left are a Bishop Saint and Saint Nicholas of Tolentino; on the right, Saints Bartholomew and Monica (the mother of Saint Augustine). The triptych is said to come from the Augustinian church of S. Spirito, Florence; and contains Augustinian saints. The other panels in the National Gallery's Collection by Machiavelli may also come from the same altarpiece, as may a predella panel showing 'A Miracle of Saint Nicholas of Tolentino' (now Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum).

Other paintings in this group: Panels from an Altarpiece

The Virgin and Child
Zanobi Machiavelli
probably about 1470
The Virgin and Child
Saint Bartholomew and Saint Monica
Zanobi Machiavelli
probably about 1470
Saint Bartholomew and Saint Monica

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