|Artist||Attributed to Michelangelo|
|Dimensions||253 cm (100 in)|
|Location||Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence|
The Palestrina Pietà is a marble sculpture by the Italian High Renaissance, dating from c. 1555 and housed in the Academy of Fine Arts, Florence, Italy. It was formerly attributed to Michelangelo, but now it is mostly considered to have been completed by someone else. The sculpture depicts three figures, one of them the body of Jesus Christ.
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