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Corinthian helmet
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Jacopo Da Ponte - Flight into Egypt
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Michele Giambono - Madonna with Child
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Guariento di Arpo - Crucifix
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Jacopo Da Ponte - John the Baptist in the Wilderness
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Jacopo Da Ponte - Adoration of the Shepherds with Saints Victor and Corona
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Jacopo Da Ponte - Saint Martin and the poor with Saint Anthony Abbot
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Antonio Canova - Three Graces
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Antonio Canova - The Italic Venus
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Antonio Canova - Penitent Magdalene
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Antonio Canova - Five Dancers holding crowns
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Antonio Canova - Cupid and Psyche
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Antonio Canova - Head of Colossal Horse
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Artemisia Gentileschi - Susanna and the elders
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Giambattista Tiepolo - Campo Titolo
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Alessandro Magnasco, detto Lissandrino - Refectory of the Franciscan observan friars
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Francesco Hayez - Francesco Roberti’s portrait
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Bortolo Sacchi - The foreigner
Corinthian helmet
Jacopo Da Ponte - Flight into Egypt
Michele Giambono - Madonna with Child
Guariento di Arpo - Crucifix
Jacopo Da Ponte - John the Baptist in the Wilderness
Jacopo Da Ponte - Adoration of the Shepherds with Saints Victor and Corona
Jacopo Da Ponte - Saint Martin and the poor with Saint Anthony Abbot
Antonio Canova - Three Graces
Antonio Canova - The Italic Venus
Antonio Canova - Penitent Magdalene
Antonio Canova - Five Dancers holding crowns
Antonio Canova - Cupid and Psyche
Antonio Canova - Head of Colossal Horse
Artemisia Gentileschi - Susanna and the elders
Giambattista Tiepolo - Campo Titolo
Alessandro Magnasco, detto Lissandrino - Refectory of the Franciscan observan friars
Francesco Hayez - Francesco Roberti’s portrait
Bortolo Sacchi - The foreigner

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Description

Among the most interesting objects in the Chini collection is the Corinthian helmet from the second half of the 6th century BC, made of cast bronze and decorated with engravings. The shape and decoration of the work can be traced back to the Apulian area: it probably comes from the Gioia del Colle area, where an aristocratic warrior class had been situated since the archaic age. A rich and refined decoration can be seen that follows the workmanship of the entire object: a marked line to represent eyebrows and borders, a much finer one for the other figurative elements.

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