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Giovanni Maria Butteri

(Italian, 1540–1606)

Dante, Petrach, and Boccaccio Welcoming Joanna of Austria to Florence (study for an ephemeral painting for the wedding festivities of Joanna of Austria and Franceso I de’Medici)

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Object Details

Artist

Giovanni Maria Butteri

Date

1565

Medium

Pen and brown ink

Dimensions

Image / sheet: 11 1/2 × 10 inches (29.2 × 25.4 cm)

Credit Line

Acquired in honor of Professor Claudia Lazzaro on the occasion of her retirement through the Professor and Mrs. M. H. Abrams Fund, the Ernest I. White, Class of 1893, Endowment, and contributions from the Faculty of the Department of the History of Art and Visual Studies

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Number

2022.006

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