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First floor - Room VIII - The foreign artists


This small room contains a showcase with three small paintings and two 16th-century panels not pertaining to the Italian figurative itinerary. The first is a Flemish painting attributed to a master conventionally known as "del Pappagallo", due to the fact that in some of his paintings the Child is playing with a parrot. This master was active in the first half of the 16th century, a period to which the saint portrayed by Lucas Cranach in the adjacent panel also belongs.

Lucas Cranach the Elder
St. Catherine of Alexandria
c. 1530

The small oval panel, once part of a larger composition, was painted around the 1530's by Lucas Cranach. It is the portrait of a valorous saint, St. Catherine of Alexandria, armed with a sword and regally dressed in a red velvet gold-embroidered gown. On her head she wears a crown which matches the jewel on her neck.

Santa Caterina d'Alessandria