File:Pisanello.Medaille Einhorn.jpg

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Deutsch: Einhorn auf einer Medaille von Pisanello, ausgestellt 2001 in der National Gallery of Arts.
English: The reverse of a medal depicting the personification of Innocence with a unicorn in a moonlit landscape. The medal is the work of famed medalist Antonio di Puccio Pisano, more commonly known as Pisanello, and is made of a lead alloy.
Source From the Samuel H. Kress Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., available here. This file page is a duplicate, the original image was uploaded by Head at de.wikipedia on 3 October 2003, available here.
Author Antonio di Puccio Pisano


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