Drawings of Giovanni da Pisa's Work

Baron Henri de Triqueti (1803-1874)

Engravings of the sculptor's drawings

Published 1868

Source: Perkins, Plate XIX in Appendix

Top: "Upper portion of the terra-cotta altar in the church of the Eremitani at Padua” by Giovanni da Pisa, the scholar of Donatello"; bottom: "Angel from the altar by Donatello in the chapel of the Sacrament at Sant' Antonio at Padua" (Perkins, Appendix, following p.274). Charles Perkins explains in his brief preface, "To this volume is added an Appendix, containing some additional matter, corrected dates, and four plates engraved for M. Charles Haussoullier's French Translation of 'Tuscan Sculptors.'" Of these plates, two were of Triqueti's drawings.

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