Salviati, Francesco

Francesco Salviati
1510-1563
Emblematic Design with Double-Headed Horse and Moth
ca. 1550-1563
1979.58
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After Francesco Salviati
1510-1563
Design for a Fireplace (Female Personification of Virtue Triumphing Over Vices)
2009.257
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After Francesco Salviati
1510-1563
Pope Eugenio IV Giving Ranuccio Farnese the Commander's Baton
IV, 71a
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Attributed to Francesco Salviati
1510-1563
Grotesque Head
2013.32
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Attributed to Francesco Salviati
1510-1563
Standing Male Nude. Verso: Pair of Legs
ca. 1533
1986.47
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Yes
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Attributed to Francesco Salviati
1510-1563
Lower Torso and Leg of a Nude Man, in Profile to the Right, and Two Sketches of a Crucified Figure
ca. 1538
IV, 22a
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Francesco Salviati
1510-1563
Head and Shoulders of a Bearded Man (Baccio Bandinelli?)
ca. 1547
I, 6b
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