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P0651
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Surname Favilla
First name Alessandro
Nickname  
Dating 1404
Location  
Life dates + 14 September 1404
Title  
Close relatives  
Type of the object Monumento funebre
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition cappelluccia di San Francesco, San Lorenzo Maggiore, Naples, Napoli, Campania, Italy
Date of manufacturing  
Artist
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но на памятнике написано MCCCCQuarto - 1404

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During your visit to La Basilica di San Lorenzo Maggiore or Basilica of Saint Laurence the Major, in southern wing of transept you are going to find wonderful tombs of XIV and XV centuries. Sepulcher of Ludovico, Giannotto, Antonello and Manella Caracciolo died during the Black Death in 1347 is real masterpiece. On the front panel of sepulcher you can see buried here members of Caracciolo family with saints. From the left to right you can see Saint John the Baptist, Giannotto Caracciolo (kneeling knight), Virgin Mary with Child, Manella Caracciolo, Antonello Caracciolo (kneeling knight), Saint Anthony. On the upper lid you can see the effigies of Giannotto Caracciolo and Antonello Caracciolo. They shown us as the knights in armor typical for the first half of XIV century and their armors consist of chain mail hauberks and chain mail hoses. Defense of their shins reinforced by iron or leather grieves. Defense of their hands and shoulders are reinforced with round pauldrons and couters or just roundels. They wear surcoats over hauberks. Here you shall be able to se the sepulcher of a knight belonged to Cicinello family who died in January of 1455. His effigy on the lid demonstrates a knight in full plate gothic armor of Italian type typical for mid of XV century. Over his armor he wears heraldic tabard. All these knightly tombs are real treasure for the tourists interested in medieval military history.

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Surname Gattola (of San Giacomo, from Gaeta, di Martino branch)
First name Riccardo
Nickname  
Dating 1417
Location Gaeta
Life dates +1417
Title one of the courtiers of Queen Giovanna II of Naples
Close relatives  
Type of the object Monumento funebre
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
This complex tomb very likely once stood in a church in Gaeta
gia Gaeta, San Francesco
Place of exposition статуя - gli Villa Bardini, Firenze, Marignolle (gli Firenze, antiquario Bardini, ora, Firenze, Museo Bardini)
рельеф - Baltimora, The Walters Art Museum (Acquired by Henry Walters, 1930)
Date of manufacturing  
Artist
Paolo da Gualdo Cattaneo (Italian, Perugia, ca. 1405-1420)
Comments

саркофаг был разделен и хранится в разных музеях

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Paolo cattaneo (umbro), monumento fuenbre di riccardo gattola, da villa di marignolle, inizio del XV sec
Museo Bardini - Armeria

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Artist - Paolo da Gualdo Cattaneo (fl. 1353 / 1403)
Relief from the Tomb of Riccardo Gattola

описание персонажа и памятника, фигура - см. P0234a

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Tomb Of Riccardo Gattola
Three panel marble relief dated 1417 from the tomb of Riccardo Gattola, with the deceased kneeling in his armor before the Virgin and Child, from whom he receives a blessing in the centre and winged helmets on the side panels, on display at the Walters Ar, Baltimore, Maryland

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Paolo da Gualdo Cattaneo (fl. 1353 / 1403) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q28955116
Title
Relief from the Tomb of Riccardo Gattola
Description
English: Here, the deceased, Riccardo Gattola, kneels in his armor before the Virgin and Child, from whom he receives a blessing. His hope for salvation is represented by this depiction of his devotion to the Virgin while alive. He is presented by a pilgrim, probably Saint James the Great, venerated as a protector of knights and crusaders, holding a staff (partly missing) and food bag. Riccardo Gattola came from Gaeta, south of Rome, and was one of the courtiers of Queen Giovanna II of Naples. This relief originally formed the front of Gattola's sarcophagus, which was supported by four short columns. On the lid was a reclining statue of him dressed in armor and an inscription with his name, the date, and the name of the artist. Other elements of the tomb belong to the Museo Bardini, Florence. This complex tomb very likely once stood in a church in Gaeta. The three-panel format, severe facial expressions, stylized drapery, and draped throne recall other works by Paolo da Gualdo Cattaneo, who was influenced by Lombard sculpture of the late 14th century.
Date 1417 (Late Medieval)
Medium marble
Dimensions Height: 75 cm (29.5 in); Width: 190 cm (74.8 in); Depth: 12.7 cm (5 in)
Collection
Walters Art Museum Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q210081
Accession number
27.315
Place of creation Gaeta, Italy
Object history
Stefano Bardini, Florence, by purchase
Arthur Sambon, Paris, prior to 1928, by purchase
1930: purchased by Henry Walters, Baltimore
1931: bequeathed to Walters Art Museum by Henry Walters
Credit line Acquired by Henry Walters, 1930

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