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Leah (sculpture)

Leah

The Leah is a sculpture by Michelangelo of the Old Testament figure Leah. Like the Rachel, it was part of the final, 1542-45 design for the tomb of Pope Julius II in San Pietro in Vincoli, on which it still remains.

Bibliography

  • (Italian) Umberto Baldini, Michelangelo scultore, Rizzoli, Milano 1973.
  • (Italian) Marta Alvarez Gonzáles, Michelangelo, Mondadori Arte, Milano 2007. ISBN 978-88-370-6434-1
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