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Head of an Angel Note Cube with Drawer

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Description

The artist and Dominican friar posthumously called Fra Angelico was known for most of his life as Fra Giovanni, the name he chose when he joined the convent of San Domenico in Fiesole. Fra Angelico pioneered many of the stylistic trends that distinguish the early Renaissance, and is beloved by many for his expressive angels like Head of an Angel, the one featured on this note cube from the Metropolitan Museum.

Contains 500 notepaper sheets and 50 colored paper clips. Note cube: 3 1/8''L x 3 1/8''W x 4 1/8''H; notepaper sheets: 3'' square.

  • Contains 500 notepaper sheets and 50 colored paper clips
  • Note cube: 3 1/8''L x 3 1/8''W x 4 1/8''H; notepaper sheets: 3'' square

Art History

Not long after his death in 1455, Fra Angelico was praised as the Angelic Painter.

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Description

The artist and Dominican friar posthumously called Fra Angelico was known for most of his life as Fra Giovanni, the name he chose when he joined the convent of San Domenico in Fiesole. Fra Angelico pioneered many of the stylistic trends that distinguish the early Renaissance, and is beloved by many for his expressive angels like Head of an Angel, the one featured on this note cube from the Metropolitan Museum.

Contains 500 notepaper sheets and 50 colored paper clips. Note cube: 3 1/8''L x 3 1/8''W x 4 1/8''H; notepaper sheets: 3'' square.




  • Contains 500 notepaper sheets and 50 colored paper clips
  • Note cube: 3 1/8''L x 3 1/8''W x 4 1/8''H; notepaper sheets: 3'' square




Art History

Not long after his death in 1455, Fra Angelico was praised as the Angelic Painter.


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