Doge Francesco Foscari Kneeling before the Lion of St. Mark
Image View Description:

Porta della Carta

Date:
1438-1442
Location:
Venice (Italy)
Work Type:
sculpture
Work Type 2:
architecture
Culture:
Italian
Culture 2:
Venetian
Creator:
Bono, Bartolomeo, attributed to
Creator Variant Name:
Bon, Bartolomeo
Creator Nationality:
Venetian
Creator Dates:
ca. 1440-ca. 1464
Creator Role:
sculptor
Notes:

Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.Copy by Giovanni Ferrari detto Torretto.
The original sculpture was destroyed in 1797 Napoleonic invasion, only the face of Doge remains. Present sculpture is a 1885 copy by Ferrari after Bon original.

Image Source:
Photography by the Media Center for Art History, Department of Art History and Archaeology
Record ID:
ven_doge_palace_3079