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  • NameBenozzo Gozzoli
  • Sexmale
  • Nationality/DatesItalian, born 1420, dead 1497
  • PlacesPlace of birth: Florens, Italien
    Place of death: Pistoia, Italien
Work
Friar frightened by a snake
  • Friar frightened by a snake

  • Point of the brush, brown ink, heightened with white, brown wash on pink prepared paper. Verso: See
  • Dimensions: (h x b) 22,7 x 16,1 cm
  • Artist: Benozzo Gozzoli, Italian, born 1420, dead 1497. Workshop of
    Former attribution: Cingaro, Italian, born 1465
  • NMH 31/1863
Christ Giving the Keys to St Peter. S. Francisco and a Female Saint
Franciscan Friar, Standing
  • Franciscan Friar, Standing

  • Point of the brush, grey ink, heightened with white on brown prepared paper. Verso: See NMH 35/1863
  • Dimensions: (h x b) 19,5 x 15,5 cm
  • Artist: Benozzo Gozzoli, Italian, born 1420, dead 1497. Workshop of
    Former attribution: Cennino Cennini, Italian, born c. 1370, dead c. 1440
  • NMH 34/1863
Four Male Heads
  • Four Male Heads

  • Point of the brush, brown ink, heightened with white on pink prepared paper. Recto: See NMH 34/1863
  • Dimensions: (h x b) 19,2 x 14,9 cm
  • Artist: Benozzo Gozzoli, Italian, born 1420, dead 1497. Workshop of
    Former attribution: Cennino Cennini, Italian, born c. 1370, dead c. 1440
  • NMH 35/1863
Nude young man holding a staff, a lion at his feet
Cherub's Head
  • Cherub's Head

  • Pen and brown ink, wash, heightened with white on reddish prepared paper. Recto: See NMH 57/1863
  • Dimensions: (h x b) 21,5 x 14,3 cm
  • Artist: Benozzo Gozzoli, Italian, born 1420, dead 1497. Workshop of
    Former attribution: Fra Angelico da Fiesole, Italian, born c. 1387, dead 1455
  • NMH 58/1863
A Friar and a Nun Holding a Book
Cherub's Head
  • Cherub's Head

  • Pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white on light red prepared paper. Recto: See NMH 93/
  • Dimensions: (h x b) 15,7 x 13,4 cm
  • Artist: Benozzo Gozzoli, Italian, born 1420, dead 1497. Workshop of
    Former attribution: Domenico Ghirlandaio, Italian, born 1449, dead 1494
  • NMH 94/1863
Eagle in a wreathe of oak leaves
St Francis kneeling to recieve the stigmata and a study of a head