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Allegory of Justice: Commutatitve at left, Distributive at right: Concordia below w prominent citizensThe Allegory of the Good Goverment is situated on the smaller wall opposite to the windows. The composition is built up from three horizontal bands. In the foreground the figures of contemporary Siena are represented. Behind them, on a stage, there are allegoric figures in two groups, representing the Good Government. The two groups are connected by the procession of the councillors. The upper band indicates the heavenly sphere with the floating bodyless ghosts of the virtues. On the far left of the fresco the figure of Justice is repated as she is balancing the scales held by Wisdom.
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, "Allegory of Justice Allegories of Good and Bad Government and the effects of good and bad government" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 1581.