Portraits and Politics in Late Trecento Padua: Altichiero's Frescoes in the S. Felice Chapel, S. Antonio

Plant, Margaret
September 1981
Art Bulletin;Sep81, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p406
Academic Journal
Examines the frescoes made by Altichiero at Saint Felice Chapel in San Antonio, Padua, Italy. Representation of the poet Petrarch in the freso 'Council of Ramiro; Heraldic representation of Louis, King of Hungary, in the 'Council' and the 'Battle of Clavigo'; Sources of the Ramiro events portrayed in the eastern wall of the chapel; Use of the life of Saint James as a framework for the frescoes.


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