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Benedetto Buglioni (1459/1460–1521) was an Italian Renaissance sculptor. Buglioni was born in Florence, son of another sculptor Giovanni di Bernardo. In the early 1480s Buglioni and his brother opened their own studio, and jointly worked on a number of commissions for various churches in the area. This includes works for the Church of Ognissanti, the church of San Pietro in Radicofani, and the Church of Santa Lucia a Settimello in Calenzano. Buglioni specialized in glazed terracotta works. Some of his other works reside at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Buglioni died in Florence in 1521.

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  • Benedetto Buglioni (Florència, entre el 20 de desembre de 1459 i el 21 de març de 1460 - 7 de març de 1521) va ser un escultor italià, especialitzat en obres de terracota vidriada. (ca)
  • Benedetto Buglioni (1459/1460–1521) was an Italian Renaissance sculptor. Buglioni was born in Florence, son of another sculptor Giovanni di Bernardo. In the early 1480s Buglioni and his brother opened their own studio, and jointly worked on a number of commissions for various churches in the area. This includes works for the Church of Ognissanti, the church of San Pietro in Radicofani, and the Church of Santa Lucia a Settimello in Calenzano. Buglioni specialized in glazed terracotta works. Some of his other works reside at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Buglioni died in Florence in 1521. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Benedetto Buglioni. (en)
  • Benedetto Buglioni (* zwischen dem 20. Dezember 1459 und dem 21. März 1460 in Florenz; † 7. März 1521 ebenda) war ein italienischer Bildhauer und Terrakottabildner. (de)
  • Benedetto Buglioni, Benedetto Buglione ou Benedetto Baglioni, né en 1460 à Florence et mort en 1521 dans sa ville natale, est un sculpteur florentin. Il est le fils du sculpteur et l'oncle du sculpteur Santi Buglioni. (fr)
  • Benedetto Buglioni (Firenze, 20 dicembre 1461 – Firenze, 7 marzo 1521) è stato uno scultore italiano; insieme al nipote Santi fu antagonista dei Della Robbia. (it)
  • Benedetto Buglioni (ur. między 20 grudnia 1459 a 21 marca 1460 we Florencji, zm. 7 marca 1521 we Florencji) – włoski rzeźbiarz i ceramista. Był synem gliptyka i bratem rzeźbiarza . Związany był z pracownią (wł. bottega) Luki i Andrei Della Robbich. Według sugestii Giorgio Vassariego Benedetto miał posiąść sztukę wytwarzania masy ceramicznej, wykradając recepturę z pracowni Della Robbich, gdy w 1529 Luca della Robbia wyjechał wraz ze swą drugą żoną Bartolomeą di Leonardo Altoviti do Francji z obawy przed epidemią dżumy. (pl)
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  • Benedetto Buglioni (Florència, entre el 20 de desembre de 1459 i el 21 de març de 1460 - 7 de març de 1521) va ser un escultor italià, especialitzat en obres de terracota vidriada. (ca)
  • Benedetto Buglioni (* zwischen dem 20. Dezember 1459 und dem 21. März 1460 in Florenz; † 7. März 1521 ebenda) war ein italienischer Bildhauer und Terrakottabildner. (de)
  • Benedetto Buglioni, Benedetto Buglione ou Benedetto Baglioni, né en 1460 à Florence et mort en 1521 dans sa ville natale, est un sculpteur florentin. Il est le fils du sculpteur et l'oncle du sculpteur Santi Buglioni. (fr)
  • Benedetto Buglioni (Firenze, 20 dicembre 1461 – Firenze, 7 marzo 1521) è stato uno scultore italiano; insieme al nipote Santi fu antagonista dei Della Robbia. (it)
  • Benedetto Buglioni (ur. między 20 grudnia 1459 a 21 marca 1460 we Florencji, zm. 7 marca 1521 we Florencji) – włoski rzeźbiarz i ceramista. Był synem gliptyka i bratem rzeźbiarza . Związany był z pracownią (wł. bottega) Luki i Andrei Della Robbich. Według sugestii Giorgio Vassariego Benedetto miał posiąść sztukę wytwarzania masy ceramicznej, wykradając recepturę z pracowni Della Robbich, gdy w 1529 Luca della Robbia wyjechał wraz ze swą drugą żoną Bartolomeą di Leonardo Altoviti do Francji z obawy przed epidemią dżumy. (pl)
  • Benedetto Buglioni (1459/1460–1521) was an Italian Renaissance sculptor. Buglioni was born in Florence, son of another sculptor Giovanni di Bernardo. In the early 1480s Buglioni and his brother opened their own studio, and jointly worked on a number of commissions for various churches in the area. This includes works for the Church of Ognissanti, the church of San Pietro in Radicofani, and the Church of Santa Lucia a Settimello in Calenzano. Buglioni specialized in glazed terracotta works. Some of his other works reside at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Buglioni died in Florence in 1521. (en)
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