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NG 573 was part of the upper tier of the high altarpiece of S. Pier Maggiore, Florence; see commentary under NG 578 and the reconstruction in Appendix A.
The background of NG 573 is one of the earliest attempts in Italian panel painting to represent a night scene.
Bought from the Lombardi-Baldi collection, 1857.
Gordon 1988, pp. 45-54
Bomford 1989, pp. 156-89
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NG 573 was part of the upper tier of the high altarpiece of S. Pier Maggiore, Florence; see commentary under NG 578 and the reconstruction in Appendix A.
The background of NG 573 is one of the earliest attempts in Italian panel painting to represent a night scene.
Bought from the Lombardi-Baldi collection, 1857.
Gordon 1988, pp. 45-54
Bomford 1989, pp. 156-89
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