Heads of people below the background wall, from the Raising of the Son of Theophilus, and St. Peter Enthroned as First Bishop of Antioch, c.1427 and c.1484-85  (detail of 63302) by Tommaso Masaccio

Heads of people below the background wall, from the Raising of the Son of Theophilus, and St. Peter Enthroned as First Bishop of Antioch, c.1427 and c.1484-85 (detail of 63302)

(Köpfe der Menschen unter der Hintergrundwand, von der Auferweckung des Sohnes des Theophilus und St. Peter inthronisiert als erster Bischof von Antiochien, c.1427 und c.1484-85 (Detail von 63302))


Tommaso Masaccio

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Early Renaissance

Heads of people below the background wall, from the Raising of the Son of Theophilus, and St. Peter Enthroned as First Bishop of Antioch, c.1427 and c.1484-85 (detail of 63302) by Tommaso Masaccio
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