Room Temporary Exhibition Room
Denon wing - 1st floor - Room 713 - 16th-century Italian cartoons
Prints and Drawings
Formerly attributed to Giulio Romano, these two cartoons (Triumph and A City Ablaze) are now attributed to Gian Battista Lodi da Cremona. They were designed for a series of eight tapestries known as the Fructus Belli, which were commissioned by Ferrante Gonzaga and woven in Brussels by Jehan Baudouyn.
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