|Title||Milan, Cathedral, studies of tomb of Marco Carelli (1406)|
|Collection||Charles Rennie Mackintosh´s Northern Italian Sketchbook: Glasgow School of Art|
|Artist||Mackintosh, Charles Rennie|
The gothic wall tomb (1406) of Marco Carelli (d. 1394) attributed to Filippino degli Organi (fl. 1400-1450) and Jacopino da Tradate (fl. 1401-1440), stands in the south aisle. Marco Carelli financed much of the work carried out in the Cathedral in the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries. Filippino had been appointed as the Cathedral's master mason in 1400. Jacopino was its major sculptor during the same period.
Mackintosh's drawing: tomb (top); detail of a niche (bottom left); profile of upper moulding (middle right); profile of lower moulding (bottom right).
|Inscription||Inscribed ‘TOMB/MILAN CATH’, with other notes in pencil|
|Subject||Milan; cathedrals; churches; interior; tombs; Gothic (medieval); Churches (interiors); monuments & tombs|
|Rights||Glasgow School of Art|