Pisa, Isaia da (15th century)

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Isaia da Pisa, Italian sculptor, was active between 1447 and 1464. He worked mostly in Rome and Naples, and was specialized in decorative relieves: Madonna and the Child between saints Peter and Paul and donators (Rome, Vatican Grottoes), and in burial monuments: a Tomb of pope Eugenius IV (1447, Rome, Chiesa di S.Salvatore in Lauro).

From 1445 he participated in decoration of the Arch of Castel Nuovo in Naples.

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