Coriolano convinto dalla sua famiglia a risparmiare Roma (Coriolanus persuaded by his Family to spare Rome)
Fresco, detached and mounted on canvas, 125.7 x 125.7 cm National Gallery, London
This fresco was part of a series of eight which decorated the walls of the palace belonging to Pandolfo Petrucci, the ruler of Siena. He commissioned the frescoes to celebrate the marriage of his son to Pope Pius III’s niece. Two others survive in the National Gallery’s collection.