An elaborate sculpted altar was commissioned by the Milanese Confraternity of the Immaculate Conception for their oratory in San Francesco in 1480. A new contract was drawn up in 1483 with Leonardo and the de Predis brothers: a central panel was to be painted by Leonardo alone, and there were to be two side panels showing angels singing and playing musical instruments. Two paintings of angels (An Angel in Green with a Vielle and An Angel in Red with a Lute) by artists influenced by Leonardo, are undoubtedly those for the altarpiece.
|Dispatch||Ready to dispatch within 3-5 working days|
This item ships from United Kingdom to:
|UK||3-5 working days||£ 0.00|
|Europe||1 week - 2 weeks||£ 5.99|
|North America||1 week - 2 weeks||£ 7.99|
|Latin America||1 week - 2 weeks||£ 7.99|
|Australia||1 week - 2 weeks||£ 7.99|
Note: If your country is not listed here, please contact us for a shipping price.
If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return the item within 30 days of receipt and we will issue a refund. Personalised items may not be eligible for refund. BOUF guarantees that this item is authentic.