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When Lorenzetti painted his Allegory of Good Government, Siena's oligarchic administration was about to be overthrown by a popular revolt, so perhaps his image of a responsible realm governed according to the rules of Justice and Concord is a little exaggerated.
Siena, Italy, Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy, Style: Byzantine Style, Period: Gothic, Movement: Byzantine, Frescoes; murals;, frescoes (paintings) --, frescoes (paintings) --
Style: Byzantine Style; Period: Gothic; Movement: Byzantine; Frescoes; murals;; frescoes (paintings) --; frescoes (paintings) --
Siena, Italy; Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy
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Unknown, "Allegories of Good Government : Allegories of Siena (Common Good), Magnanimity, Temperance and Justice Allegories of Good and Bad Government and the effects of good and bad government" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 1580.