The Adoration of the Kings (Circa 1500-1510)

The arms of the lower panel show that the wealthy Albizzi family commissioned this altarpiece. The exotic headgear worn by the king's followers (including the African man) signifies that they were from the East. The bright colours of the altarpiece demonstrate the skill of the della Robbia in producing the tin-glazed terracotta.??Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

The arms of the lower panel show that the wealthy Albizzi family commissioned this altarpiece. The exotic headgear worn by the king's followers (including the African man) signifies that they were from the East. The bright colours of the altarpiece demonstrate the skill of the della Robbia in producing the tin-glazed terracotta.??Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
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Easter 2013 Museum Trip to London Easter 2013 Museum Trip to London The arms of the lower panel show that the wealthy Albizzi family commissioned this altarpiece. The exotic headgear worn by the king's followers (including the African man) signifies that they were from the East. The bright colours of the altarpiece demonstrate the skill of the della Robbia in producing the tin-glazed terracotta.??Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Easter 2013 Museum Trip to London Easter 2013 Museum Trip to London
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DescriptionThe arms of the lower panel show that the wealthy Albizzi family commissioned this altarpiece. The exotic headgear worn by the king's followers (including the African man) signifies that they were from the East. The bright colours of the altarpiece demonstrate the skill of the della Robbia in producing the tin-glazed terracotta.??Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
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