(b. before 1315, ?, d. 1355, Venezia)


c. 1350
Palazzo Ducale, Venice

The oldest part of the Doge's Palace is now the façade facing the quay, with its 13th-century sculptures at the corners of the building. They are attributed to Filippo Calendario or certain Lombard artists, like the Raverti or Bregno families. On the side facing the Ponte della Paglia they represent Tobias and the Angel Raphael and the Drunkenness of Noah; towards Piazzetta San Marco are the Archangel Michael and Adam and Eve.

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