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The Virgin and Child enthroned with Saints
Garofalo

This altarpiece originally came from the high altar of the Franciscan church of S. Guglielmo, Ferrara. Appropriately, most of the saints are Franciscans: Saint Francis, the founder of the Order, Saint Clare, and Saint Anthony of Padua. The church belonged to nuns of that Order. There is documentary evidence for dating the altarpiece to 1517-18.

There is documentary evidence for dating the altarpiece to 1517-18: Garofalo received his payment of 60 lire, and a bonus of 18 lire from Antonio de' Costabili for having done the job so well.

Key facts
Artist Garofalo
Artist dates about 1481 - 1559
Full title The Virgin and Child enthroned with Saints
Date made 1517
Medium and support Oil on poplar
Dimensions 198.1 x 208.3 cm
Acquisition credit Bought, 1860
Inventory number NG671
Location in Gallery Room 10
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