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parts are left unglazed, by Giov. della Robbia. — In the centre is a
collection of flne majolica (chiefly from the manofactories of Urbino,
Gubbio, and Faenza); Venetian goblet with painting in enamelof the
Triumph of Justice (about 1500), and articles of rock-crystal. — In
the III. Room (tower-room) are Florentine tapestry, glass, porcelain,
works in amber, etc. — We now return to Room I and pass into the —
IV. Room, containing terracotta sculptures. By the entrance-
wall : 163. Florentine School (Tasso?), John the Baptist when a boy
(16th cent.); 168. Michelozzo, John the Baptist when a boy; no
number, Florentine School (15th cent.), statue of the Madonna. —
On the right wall, no numbers, Florentine School (15íh cent.), *Andr.
Verrocchio, Painted reliefs of the Madonna, the latter from Santa
Maria Nuova. In the centre: 165. Verrocchio, Bust of Piero di Lo¬
renzo de' Medici; 161. Ant. Pollaiuolo, Bust of a young warrior. —
Then works in marble: 139. Style of Orcagna, Ángel with a musical
instrument; 147. Ant. Rossellino, Bust of Franc. Sassetti; 153. Bust
of Pietro Mellini, by Ben. da Maiano (1474); 160. Bust of Matteo
Palmieri, by Ant, Rossellino (1468).
V. Room (1.): Works in marble. Left side-wall: 179. Ant.
Rossellino, Statue of John the Baptist when a boy (1477); Verrocchio,
146. Tomb-relief of Francesca Pitti,wife of Giov. Tornabuoni (p. 530),
who died in her confinement (1477; perhaps executed by Franc.
di Simone), *181. Bust of a young woman, with a nosegay, *180.
Madonna in relief; 191. Ant. Rossellino, John the Baptist when
a boy (bust); Luca della Robbia, *201. Crucifixión of St. Peter,
219. St. Peter's Liberation, two unfinished reliefs (1438); 186,192.
Ben. da Maiano, Candelabra with putti, from the marble door in
the Palazzo Vecchio; 214. Ant. Rossellino, Bust of a boy; 198. De¬
siderio da Settignano, Bust of a girl. — Matteo Civitali, 283. Faith,
no number, Ecce Homo; 190. Ant. Rossellino, Adoration of the
Holy Child (round relief); Gian Cristof Romano (?), Relief-por-
traits of Francesco Sforza and Federigo da Montefeltro (p. 490). —
Window-wall: 222. Ben. da Maiano, Coronation of an emperor
(partly restored in pl áster). — By the entrance-wall: Mino da Fiesole,
*234,236. Busts of Piero (1453) and Giovanni di Cosimo de' Medici,
235. Bust of Rinaldo della Luna (1461), 232. Relief of the Ma¬
donna. — In the centre: *226. Benedetto da Maiano, John the
Baptist (1481); no number, Benvenuto Cellini, Antique torso of a
youthful Apollo restored as Ganymede; *225. Jac. Sansovino,
Bacchus (injured), from the master's early Florentine period; 227.
Lor. Bernini, Bust of Costanza Buonarelli.
From the IV. Room we proceed to the right to the VI. Room,
which contains a valuable assortment of Renaissance plaquettes and
of medals (15-19th cent.). By the rear-wall, dies for coins. On the
walls, French Gobelins of the time of Louis XV.
On the opposite side of the Via Proconsolo is the church of
I«a Badia (Pl. F, 5; entrance at the end of the colonnade, to the