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Jacopo della Quercia Sienese Quattrocento sculptor

Battistero di San Giovanni Siena see all

Collegiata San Gimignano see all

Ferrara Cathedral Ferrara see all

Metropolitan Museum of Art New York see all

Palazzo Pubblico Siena see all

San Frediano Lucca see all

San Martino Cathedral Lucca see all

San Petronio Bologna see all

Santa Maria della Scala Siena see all

Bas-Relief

Drawing

Haut-Relief

Sculpture

Tomb

Adam and Eve see all

Creation of Adam see all

Eve Tempted see all

Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise see all

Madonna and Child see all

Mother and Child see all

The Annunciation see all

Zacharias in the Temple see all

Figure Group

Free-Standing Sculpture

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1406

Jacopo della Quercia creates a sculpture called Silvestri Madonna .

Jacopo della Quercia works on a tomb called The Tomb of Ilaria del Carretto over the course of seven years until 1413.

1409

Jacopo della Quercia creates a drawing called Fonte Gaia .

1414

Jacopo della Quercia works on a sculpture called Virtue over the course of five years until 1419.

Jacopo della Quercia works on a haut-relief called Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise over the course of five years until 1419.

Jacopo della Quercia works on a sculpture called Hope over the course of five years until 1419.

Jacopo della Quercia works on a sculpture called Rhea Sylvia over the course of five years until 1419.

Jacopo della Quercia works on a sculpture called Acca Larentia over the course of five years until 1419.

1417

Jacopo della Quercia creates a sculpture called Baptismal font .

1421

Jacopo della Quercia works on a sculpture called Annunciation: the Virgin over the course of five years until 1426.

Jacopo della Quercia works on a sculpture called Annunciation: the Angel over the course of five years until 1426.

1422

Jacopo della Quercia creates a bas-relief called Trenta Altar .

1425

Jacopo della Quercia works on a bas-relief called The Creation of Adam over the course of ten years until 1435.

Jacopo della Quercia works on a bas-relief called Temptation over the course of three years until 1428.

1428

Jacopo della Quercia creates a bas-relief called Adam and Eve .

Jacopo della Quercia works on a bas-relief called Zacharias in the Temple over the course of two years until 1430.

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