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Prints / PR1446
Interior of the Piccolomini Library at Siena
Publisher/Manufacturer: Arundel Society
Series title: (Aeneus Silvius)
Colour lithograph (chromolithograph) on white wove paper mounted on white card
644 x 562 mm.
Gift?: Possibly Captain E.H.Verney, R.N., F.R.A.S., Rhianva, Bangor Between 1899 and 1911?
Chromolithograph by Storch & Kramer after a drawing by Marchi featuring the frescos of Pinturicchio. For a set of engravings made from the frescos see PR241 to PR250
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The Piccolomini Library, Siena Cathedral, with 'Scenes from the Life of Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini', frescos by Pinturicchio. In the foreground a cardinal?, seated in an ornate armchair, converses with a monk who carries four books. In front of the cardinal is a small table with carved details. The Library has an open tiled floor with wood panelling around the lower walls. Large ledgers are placed on shelves against this panelling. A monk, wearing a habit, reads an illuminated manuscript. In a shallow cornice is a marble sculpture of a reclined woman. At the far end are doors with leaded glass. On the upper walls are frescos in ten panels with Latin script at the base of each panel. The ceiling is ornately decorated with scroll, swag, panels and bosses. Text on image 'AENEAS SILVIVS...[continued at length, see notes]', from Latin script beneath panels