Benedetto Buglioni

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Ognissanti, Florence

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This includes works for the Church of Ognissanti, the church of San Pietro in Radicofani, and the Church of Santa Lucia a Settimello in Calenzano.
Soon after, a new façade (1637) was erected using designs by Matteo Nigetti, that conserved the glazed terracotta lunette over the doorway, which while resembling the work of Della Robbia, is now attributed to Benedetto Buglioni.

Radicofani

This includes works for the Church of Ognissanti, the church of San Pietro in Radicofani, and the Church of Santa Lucia a Settimello in Calenzano.
Also notable is the Romanesque church of San Pietro, with a nave, housing some works by Andrea della Robbia, Benedetto Buglioni and Santi Buglioni.

Santi Buglioni

* Santi Buglioni, nephew and collaborator of Benedetto Buglioni
Santi Buglioni, byname of Santi di Michele (1494 - 27 November 1576) was an Italian sculptor, the nephew and collaborator of Benedetto Buglioni.

Calenzano

This includes works for the Church of Ognissanti, the church of San Pietro in Radicofani, and the Church of Santa Lucia a Settimello in Calenzano.

Cleveland Museum of Art

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Some of his other works reside at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Marliana

The church of St. Nicholas, known from 1373, houses two statuettes attributed to Benedetto Buglioni.

Santa Lucia dè Magnoli

Santa Lucia dei Magnoli
On the block stone facade, above the portal is a terracotta depiction of Santa Lucia between two angels by Benedetto Buglioni.

Basilica of Santa Cristina, Bolsena

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The façade was commissioned by Pope Leo X, and completed in 1492 to 1494 with designs by Francesco and Benedetto Buglioni.

Oratory of San Girolamo, Sarzana

This oratory had a polychrome terra-cotta depicting St Jerome in the Desert, attributed to either the studio of Giovanni Della Robbia or Benedetto Buglioni.

San Vivaldo Monastery, Montaione

San Vivaldo Monastery
The chapel has a ceramic statue of St Catherine Alexandria and San Vivaldo by Benedetto Buglioni.

González Martí National Museum of Ceramics and Decorative Arts

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One example of this type of ceramic is a 17th-century Florentine tondo depicting Madonna and Child, attributed to the manufacture of Benedetto Buglioni’s workshop.

Lugliano

Inside the church, which has three naves, are some well preserved paintings, one of these attributed to Matteo Rossetti, and two statues: the "Madonna with Child" in polychrome terracotta by Benedetto Buglioni, and a wooden statue of the patron saint, attributed to the sculptor Matteo Civitali.

Palazzo Pretorio, Prato

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Giovanni della Robbia

Giovanni's chief pupil was a man named Benedetto Buglioni (1461–1521), and his nephew Santi Buglioni (b.