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Fra Angelico Annunciation, Convento di San Marco, Florence

Fra Angelico, Annonciation, Fresco, 176 x 148 cm Convento di San Marco, Florence

Fra Angelico, Sacred Architecture, Renaissance Art, Florence Italy, Roman Catholic, Fresco, Altars, Aperture, Medieval

Fra Angelico (1395-1455), these series of his work is often seen out of situ and it really diminishes the beauty of them agains the monastic starkness

Fra Angelico's 'Annunciation' in a cell of the San Marco monastery, Florence, Italy. The background of the fresco looks like the architecture in the cell.

Fra Angelico, Open Tabernacle of Linaioli (San Marco, 1433, det. of Angel with Violin) by Ark in Time, via Flickr

Fra Angelico - Renaissance - Open Tabernacle of Linaioli (San Marco, det. of Angel with Violin)

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Florence: Museo di San Marco Fra Angelico's famous fresco,"The Annunciation," can be seen at the top of the stairs.

For the general manager of the Medici bank, Giovanni d'Amerigo Benci, Filippo Lippi provided 2 altarpieces for the newly completed Benedictine convent of Le Murate, Florence, Italy. Giovanni de' Benci might have been the brother of Ginevra de' Benci, model for Leonardo da Vinci.

For the general manager of the Medici bank, Giovanni d'Amerigo Benci, Filippo Lippi provided 2 altarpieces for the newly completed Benedictine convent of Le Murate, Florence, Italy. Giovanni de' Benci might have been the brother of Ginevra de' Benci.

L'"Annunciazione Cavalcanti" è un'opera di Donatello in pietra serena dorata e in parte policromata (420x274 cm) collocata nella navata destra della basilica di Santa Croce a Firenze. Databile al 1435 circa è una delle rare opere del grande scultore che sia ancora oggi collocata nella sua posizione originaria.

Annunciation by DONATELLO - Santa Croce, Florence - graceful, delicate, dynamic.

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