SCHEGGIA Game of Civettino (a Birth Salver) c. 1450 Tempera on wood, diameter 59 cm Museo di Palazzo Davanzati, Florence The "desco da parto" (birth salver) was originally used in Florence for bringing food to pregnant women, and seem to have become traditional gifts at birth. This example is decorated with a representation of the game of civettino (little owl). It was a tough popular game of skill, required good reflexes an eye for dodging and parrying, and speed.
Madonna with the Child and Scenes from the Life of St. Anne - Fra Filippo Lippi. 1452. Oil on panel. Diameter: 135 cm. Galleria Palatina, Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy.
Codex Schürstab, A treatise on medical astrology Nürnberg c 1472. (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/fr/list/one/zbz/C0054)
COSSA, Francesco del Allegory of May: Triumph of Apollo 1476-84 Fresco, 500 x 320 cm Palazzo Schifanoia, Ferrara Above the triumphal car of Apollo is depicted, to the left are poets, to the right naked boys. In the centre Gemini, below rural activities are represented.
Desco del Parto, (plateau d'accouchée) vers 1410, Maître Anonyme, Metropolitan Museum, New York. - La scène est tirée d'une comédie de Boccace "Commedia delle ninfe fiorentine" écrite en 1342.
Mirror Case with Lovers, 14th century, France
Putto jouant de la cornemuse, desco del parto
ANGELICO, Fra Triptych: The Last Judgment c. 1450 Poplar, 103 x 65 cm (central), 103 x 28 (each wing) Staatliche Museen, Berlin Fra Angelico's late Last Judgment is close to Trecento sources, to the school of Orcagna in particular. It was painted when the popular artist had a large studio. Perhaps the painting is by Zanubi Strozzi, who was predominantly a manuscript illuminator. Originally on a single panel, the scene was cut into thirds at a much later date.
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COSSA, Francesco del Allegory of March: Triumph of Minerva 1476-84 Fresco, 500 x 320 cm Palazzo Schifanoia, Ferrara The Salone dei Mesi (Room of Months) in the Palazzo Schifanoia, one of the masterpieces of Italian palace architecture, was decorated with a series of allegorical frescoes symbolizing the months. The length of the room is 24 m, the width 11 m and the height 7,5 m. The frescoes are attributed to Cosme Tura, Francesco del Cossa, Baldassare d'Este and Ercole de' Roberti.