This damaged relief of a woman in profile is all that is left from a small pendant relief depicting King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary and his wife. The original work was purchased from Marques Orlandini in Florence in 1842 for the museums of Berlin. While there were no questions over the identity of the depicted man, the woman was thought to be either the king's first wife, Kunigunde, or the second — Beatrice of Aragon.
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The item participates in the restoration project "Donatello and Other Renaissance Masters"