(b. 1450, Citta della Pieve, d. 1523, Perugia)

Polyptych Albani Torlonia

c. 1491
Tempera on wood
Torlonia Collection, Rome

The polyptych, painted originally for Cardinal Giuliano della Rovere, is named after the collections to which it later belonged. The six panels represent the Angel of the Annunciation and the Virgin Annunciate (top corners, 44 x 35 cm each), the Crucifixion between the Virgin, Magdalen, and St John the Evangelist (top centre, 41 x 82 cm), Sts Michael and John the Baptist, Sts Jerome and George (lower left and right, 132 x 35 cm each), the Nativity (lower centre, 97 x 82 cm).