Reliefs on the north side of the Campanile, Florence
by Andrea PISANO

From the seven reliefs, depicting Liberal Arts, in the lower register of the north side of the Campanile, only the first two, depicting Sculpture and Painting, are attributed to Andrea Pisano. The others, carried out by Luca della Robbia, were added later, after removal of the raised passageway between the campanile and the cathedral.

The reliefs in the upper register depict six of the Seven Sacraments. The missing sacrament, Holy Orders, has survived as only a small fragment. The reliefs are attributed to Maso di Banco, known primarily as a painter.

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Reliefs on the north side
1334-41
Marble
Campanile, Duomo, Florence


Relief on the north side of the Campanile: 1. Sculpture (lower register)
1337-41
Marble
Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence


Relief on the north side of the Campanile: 2. Painting (lower register)
1334-37
Marble, 83 x 69 cm
Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence



Works by Andrea PISANO
South doors of the Baptistery
Reliefs on the Campanile
| west side | south side | east side | north side |
Various works



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