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Attorno a Donatello: trittico berlinese. Bernardo Ciuffagni, Nanni di Bartolo, Jacopo della Quercia

Laura Cavazzini

This article successively studies three neglected works from the sculpture collection of the Berlin Museums related to Donatello: a standing marble Virgin and Child, which the author proposes to give to Bernardo Ciuffagni; a seated terracotta Virgin and Child, which has escaped the recent literature on Nanni di Bartolo; and finally a polychrome wooden Virgin and Child, badly damaged by an unfortunate restoration in the mid-twentieth century, and which shall be ascribed to Jacopo della Quercia.