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Laurana (Francesco) – Eleonora de Aragón


This sculpture was made by the artist Francesco Laurana in 1471 and belongs to the Quattrocento or early Renaissance that only took place in Italy, while in the rest of Europe the Gothic style was still in force. This author was in Sicily between 1466 and 1471 and at this stage he made the bust of Eleanor of Aragon currently exhibited in the Palazzo Abatellis in Palermo.

The busts of this artist reveal a creative individuality that was seen as particularly fascinating in the late 19th century. Although it is impossible to trace his stylistic development, his later work in France shows for some a certain assimilation to realism, which is absent from the works executed in Italy.

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