Medallions
by MICHELANGELO

Michelangelo placed between each pair of ignudi, sitting on plinths, bearing garlands of oak leaves and acorns, a medallion, painted to resemble bronze, with episodes drawn from the books of Genesis, Samuel, Kings, and Maccabees.

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Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican


Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican


Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican


Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican


Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican


Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican


Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican


Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican


Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican


Medallion
1511
Fresco, diameter c. 135 cm
Cappella Sistina, Vatican



Summary of works by Michelangelo
Sculptures | Paintings | Sistine Chapel | Drawings | Architecture
Sculptures
-1501 | 1502- | David | Julius II's Tomb | Medici Tomb | Pietŕs
Sistine Chapel
Last Judgment | Genesis | Prophets | Sibyls | Ignudi
Spandrels | Lunettes | Triangles | Medallions



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