Quattrocento stigmatization light line to St Francis with tapestry to Cloisonnism on symbolism

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Domenico Ghirlandaio (Italian, 1448–1494), The Madonna and Child adored by St Zenobius and St Justus, c. 1483, Uffizi, Florence.

Domenico Ghirlandaio (Italian, 1448–1494), The Madonna and Child adored by St Zenobius and St Justus, c. 1483, Uffizi, Florence.

Gentile da Fabriano (Italian, c.1370–1427), Adoration of the Magi, 1423, Tempera on wood, 300 x 282 cm, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

Gentile da Fabriano (Italian, c.1370–1427), Adoration of the Magi, 1423, Tempera on wood, 300 x 282 cm, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

Gentile Bellini (Italian, c.1429–1507), Sultan Mehmed II, 1480; oil on canvas, National Gallery, London.

Gentile Bellini (Italian, c.1429–1507), Sultan Mehmed II, 1480; oil on canvas, National Gallery, London.

Andrea del Verrocchio (Italian, c. 1435–1488), Madonna with Saints John the Baptist & Donatus, (Pistoia Cathedral) completed by Lorenzo di Credi.

Andrea del Verrocchio (Italian, c. 1435–1488), Madonna with Saints John the Baptist & Donatus, (Pistoia Cathedral) completed by Lorenzo di Credi.

Carlo Crivelli (Venice 1430?–Ascoli Piceno 1495), Annunciation with St. Emidius, 1486, National Gallery, London.

Carlo Crivelli (Venice 1430?–Ascoli Piceno 1495), Annunciation with St. Emidius, 1486, National Gallery, London.

Andrea Mantegna (Italian, c.1431–1506), San Zeno Altarpiece, 1457–1460, Tempera on panel, 212 cm × 460 cm (83 in × 180 in), Basilica di San Zeno, Verona.

Andrea Mantegna (Italian, c.1431–1506), San Zeno Altarpiece, 1457–1460, Tempera on panel, 212 cm × 460 cm (83 in × 180 in), Basilica di San Zeno, Verona.

Benozzo Gozzoli (Italian, Florence, c. 1421–1497), Scenes from the Life of St Francis, 1452, Complesso museale di San Francesco, Montefalco.

Benozzo Gozzoli (Italian, Florence, c. 1421–1497), Scenes from the Life of St Francis, 1452, Complesso museale di San Francesco, Montefalco.

Gentile Bellini (Italian, c.1429–1507), Madonna and Child Enthroned, late 15th century. Note the Islamic prayer rug at the feet of the Virgin Mary, an example of Oriental carpets in Renaissance painting.

Gentile Bellini (Italian, c.1429–1507), Madonna and Child Enthroned, late 15th century. Note the Islamic prayer rug at the feet of the Virgin Mary, an example of Oriental carpets in Renaissance painting.

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