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The Siege of Troy - The Wooden Horse

Biagio d'Antonio da Firenze (painter)

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The Siege of Troy - The Wooden Horse


Biagio d'Antonio da Firenze (painter) [ULAN info: Italian artist, op.1476-1504/15]







Florentine School


one of a pair of cassone panels, see also M.44

Technique Description

tempera on panel


height: 47.0 cm
width: 161.0 cm


bequeathed: Marlay, Charles Brinsley 1912 (Filtered for: Paintings, Drawings and Prints)

Palazzo Albizzi, Florence; Samuel Woodburn, London, sold at Christie's, 9 June 1860 (82), as Pintoricchio, bt. Morant; Rev. W. Davenport Bromley; his sale Christie's, 12 June 1863 (164), as Pintoricchio, bt. Colnaghi


  1. (2005) Treasures of the Fitzwilliam Museum, London: Scala [page: 15]
  2. Goodison, J.W. (1967) Catalogue of Paintings in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Italian School, Cambridge (Cambs.): Cambridge University Press [page: 17-18]
  3. Bartoli, Roberta (1999) Biagio d'Antonio, Milano: Federico Motta [page: 230]

Accession Number

M.45 (Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
(Reference Number: 134; Input Date: 1999-11-29 / Last Edit: 2009-01-26)

Related Object

M.44 - The Siege of Troy - The Death of Hector

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