Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s The Allegory of Bad Government, fresco, Sala Dei Nove, Siena, 1338-39

Ambrogio Lorenzetti's The Allegory of Bad Government, fresco, Sala Dei Nove, Siena, 1338-39

I’m not going to pretend to understand all of the symbolism involved, but I must confess I am intrigued.


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3 Responses to Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s The Allegory of Bad Government

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  2. Many Stalter says:

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  3. Ronald says:

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