The title of one of his chapters can be translated as a#39;On the suitable decoration of grand interiorsa#39;. ... with which a#39;lords and great gentlemen, rich, noble and grand, if not to say puffed up, like to decorate their palaces, their houses, and above all their bedchambers and studiesa#39;. ... As a friend of Franciaa#39;s, his figurine could have been of the quality of the Fortnum Venus, which Jeremy Warren has recently attributed to Francia or his immediate circle in late fifteenth-century Bologna (fig. 1).
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