DAFNE (Digital Anastylosis of Frescoes challeNgE) Dataset — DOWNLOAD PAGE


DB1 — originally used as training set for the development phase of the challenge

  1. Barna da Siena, The Annunciation, 1340, fresco, (Collegiate Church of San Gimignano, Italy) — source file: (8815x5721 pixels, 600 pixels/inch) — from 1951 to 2642 fragments — 2.2 GB
  2. Barna da Siena, The Annunciation — detail, 1340, fresco, (Collegiate Church of San Gimignano, Italy) — source file: (3910x2692 pixels, 600 pixels/inch) — from 694 to 894 fragments — 599 MB
  3. Sandro Botticcelli, Punishment of the Rebels, 1480-82, fresco, (Cappellone degli Spagnoli, Basilica di Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2048x1269 pixels, 96 pixels/inch) — from 302 to 1136 fragments — 118 MB
  4. Andrea di Bonaiuto, Allegory of the Active and Triumphant Church and the Dominican order, 1365-1367, fresco, 348,5x570 cm (The Spanish Chapel, Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy) — source file: (4851x3816 pixels, 1200 pixels/inch) — from 1869 to 2484 fragments — 1.4 GB
  5. Fra Angelico, Mocking of Christ, 1438-1440, fresco, 195x159 cm (Convento di San Marco, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2536x3172 pixels – resolution 96 pixels/inch) — from 530 to 2103 fragments — 364 MB
  6. Fra Angelico, Presentation of Jesus at the Temple, 1438-1440, fresco, 151x131 cm (Museo nazionale di San Marco, Florence) — source file: (2536x2962 pixels – resolution 96 pixels/inch) — from 326 to 2136 fragments — 387 MB
  7. Fra Angelico, The Annunciation, 1438-47, fresco, 230x321 cm (Convento di San Marco, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2536x3024 pixels – resolution 96 pixels/inch) — from 331 to 1738 fragments — 347 MB
  8. Fra Angelico, Transfiguration, 1438-1440, fresco, 189x159 cm (Museo nazionale di San Marco, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2536x3013 pixels – resolution 96 pixels/inch) — from 655 to 2082 fragments — 433 MB
  9. Domenico Ghirlandaio, Slaughter of the Innocents, 1485-90, fresco, (Cappella Tornabuoni, Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2621x1741 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 323 to 1912 fragments — 298 MB
  10. Giotto, Adoration of the Magi, 1303-1305, fresco, 200x185 cm (Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padua, Italy) — source file: (1000x1008 pixels – resolution 300 pixels/inch) — from 96 to 368 fragments — 59 MB
  11. Giotto, Ascension of St. John, 1318-1322 (Cappella Peruzzi, Basilica di Santa Croce, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2560x1622 pixels, 72 pixels/inch) — from 559 to 1244 fragments — 246 MB
  12. Giotto, Entry into Jerusalem, 1303-1305, fresco, 200x185 cm (Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padua, Italy) — source file: (1000x941 pixels – resolution 72 pixels/inch) — from 122 to 367 fragments — 60 MB
  13. Giotto, Kiss of Judas, 1303-1305, fresco, 200x185 cm (Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padua, Italy) — source file: (3371×3287 pixels, 72 pixels/inch) — from 735 to 1763 fragments — 678 MB
  14. Giotto, Lamentation of the Death of Christ, 1303-1305 circa, fresco, 200x185 cm (Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padua, Italy) — source file: (1000x925 pixels – resolution 300 pixels/inch) — from 120 to 370 fragments — 68 MB
  15. Giotto, Massacre of the Innocents, 1304-1305, fresco, 200x185 cm (Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padua, Italy) — source file: (2024x2047 pixels – resolution 96pixels/inch) — from 410 to 1500 fragments — 189 MB
  16. Giotto, Raising of Lazarus, 1304-1306, fresco, 200x185 cm (Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padua, Italy) — source file: (1000×935 pixels, 72 pixels/inch) — from 110 to 346 fragments — 56 MB
  17. Giovanni da Modena, Journey of the Magi, 1412-1415, fresco (Cappella Bolognini, Basilica di San Petronio, Bologna, Italy) — source file: (1300x949 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 104 to 391 fragments — 81 MB
  18. Giovanni da Modena, The Appearance of the Star, 1412, fresco, (Basilica di San Petronio, Bologna, Italy) — source file: (1195x936 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 127 to 206 fragments — 84 MB
  19. Giovanni da Modena, The Return of the Magi, 1412, fresco, (Basilica di San Petronio, Bologna, Italy) — source file: (1107x770 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 112 to 199 fragments — 59 MB
  20. Benozzo Gozzoli, Procession of the Youngest King, 1459-60, fresco, 405x516 cm (Cappella dei Magi, Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence, Italy) — source file: (1469x1144 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 102 to 672 fragments — 119 MB
  21. Bernardino Lanzani, Saint Anthony protects the city of Pavia during the siege of the French in 1522, 1522-1524, fresco, (Chiesa di San Teodoro, Pavia, Italy) — source file: (2440x2524 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 336 to 1742 fragments — 464 MB
  22. Leonardo da Vinci, The last supper, 1495-1498, 460x880 cm, (Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy) — source file: (5193x2926 pixels, 72 pixels/inch) — from 455 to 856 fragments — 1.1 GB
  23. Filippo Lippi, Disputation in the Synagogue, fresco, 1452-1465, (Prato Cathedral, Italy) — source file: (1271x770pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 122 to 326 fragments — 62 MB
  24. Filippino Lippi, Disputation with Simon Magus and Crucifixion of St. Peter, 1482-1485, fresco, 230x598 cm (Cappella Brancacci, Basilica di Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2123x821 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 357 to 754 fragments — 116 MB
  25. Filippino Lippi e Masaccio, Saint Peter sitting in his chair, 1424-26 e 1489-91, (Cappella Brancacci, Chiesa di Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2138x825 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 245 to 711 fragments — 107 MB
  26. Luca Longhi, Wedding at Cana, 1580, fresco, (Classense Library, Ravenna, Italy) — source file: (2351x1301 pixels, 200 pixels/inch) — from 350 to 534 fragments — 170 MB
  27. Andrea Mantegna, Camera picta, 1465-1474, fresco, 300x800 cm (Castello di San Giorgio, Mantova, Italy) — source file: (1700x1174 pixels – resolution 72 pixels/inch) — from 163 to 598 fragments — 158 MB
  28. Andrea Mantegna, The Martyrdom and transporting the body of Saint Christopher, 1454-1457, fresco, (Cappella Ovetari, Chiesa degli Eremitani, Padova) — source file: (1696x1700 pixels – resolution 72 pixels/inch) — from 308 to 1110 fragments — 192 MB
  29. Masaccio, Baptism of the neophytes, 1427-1480, fresco, 230x599 cm (Basilica di Santa Maria del Carmine, Cappella Brancacci, Florence, Italy) — source file: (1915x2427 pixels – resolution 300 pixels/inch) — from 312 to 634 fragments — 247 MB
  30. Masaccio, Raising of the Son of Teophilus and St. Peter Enthroned, 1427-1480, fresco, 230x599 cm (Basilica di Santa Maria del Carmine, Cappella Brancacci, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2111x864 pixels – resolution 300pixels/inch) — from 222 to 420 fragments — 115 MB
  31. Masaccio, St. Peter Healing the Sick with His Shadow, 1425-1427, fresco, 230x162 cm (Basilica di Santa Maria del Carmine, Cappella Brancacci, Florence, Italy) — source file: (810x1200 pixels – resolution 72pixels/inch) — from 101 to 371 fragments — 68 MB
  32. Masaccio, The Tribute Money, 1425, fresco, 255x598 cm (Basilica di Santa Maria del Carmine, Cappella Brancacci, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2200x1015 pixels – resolution 300pixels/inch) — from 198 to 781 fragments — 144 MB
  33. Masolino da Panicale, The healing of the cripple and Raising of Tabitha, 1424-1425, fresco, 260x599 cm (Cappella Brancacci, Chiesa di Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence, Italy) — source file: (2112x1080 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 150 to 775 fragments — 137 MB
  34. Michelangelo, Ezekiel, 1510, fresco, 355x380 cm (Sistine Chapel, Vatican City) — source file: (2558x3000 pixels, 400 pixels/inch) — from 687 to 1077 fragments — 496 MB
  35. Michelangelo, The creation of Adam, 1512 circa, fresco, 280x570 cm (Sistine Chapel’s ceiling, Vatican City) — source file: (1707x775 pixels – resolution 300 pixels/inch) — from 98 to 535 fragments — 89 MB
  36. Michelangelo, The Deluge — detail, 1508-1509, fresco, 280x570 cm (Sistine Chapel, Vatican City) — source file: (4459x6751 pixels, 1200 pixels/inch) — from 1242 to 1732 fragments — 2.3 GB
  37. Michelangelo, The Last Judgement, 1536-1541, fresco, 13.7 m x 12 m (Sistine Chapel, Vatican City) — source file: (3991x4395 pixels, 72 pixels/inch) — from 1782 to 2417 fragments — 1.1 GB
  38. Cesare Nebbia, Pilgrimage of Charles to Turin to worship the Shroud and meeting with the dukes of Savoy, 1603-1604, fresco (Salone degli affreschi, Collegio Borromeo, Pavia, Italy) — source file: (959x1128 pixels, 400 pixels/inch) — from 93 to 526 fragments — 73 MB
  39. Cesare Nebbia, Relocation of the Holy Bodies, 1603-1604, fresco (Salone degli affreschi, Collegio Borromeo, Pavia, Italy) — source file: (4933x3856 pixels – 600 pixels/inch) — from 457 to 999 fragments — 1 GB
  40. Cesare Nebbia, The Plague of Milan, 1604, fresco (Salone degli affreschi, Collegio Borromeo, Pavia, Italy) — source file: (1378x1018 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 97 to 554 fragments — 110 MB
  41. Pietro Perugino, Baptism of Christ, 1482 circa, fresco, 335x540 cm (Sistine Chapel, Rome, Italy) — source file: (2352x1494 pixels, 600 pixels/inch) — from 331 to 1181 fragments — 207 MB
  42. Pietro Perugino, Christ Handing the Keys to Saint Peter, 1481, fresco, 335x550 cm (Cappella Sistina, Vatican City) — source file: (2347x1438 pixels, 600 pixels/inch) — from 316 to 1150 fragments — 166 MB
  43. Piero della Francesca, Exaltation of the Cross, 1452-66, fresco, 390x747 cm (Basilica di San Francesco, Arezzo, Italy) — source file: (1239x900 pixels – resolution 300pixels/inch) — from 109 to 492 fragments — 70 MB
  44. Piero della Francesca, Exaltation of the Cross — detail, 1452-66, fresco, (Basilica di San Francesco, Arezzo, Italy) — source file: (1000x1170pixels – resolution 300 pixels/inch) — from 166 to 524 fragments — 75 MB
  45. Piero della Francesca, Resurrection, 1460, fresco, 225x200 cm (Museo Civico, Sansepolcro, Italy) — source file: (730x826 pixels – resolution 300 pixels/inch) — from 87 to 147 fragments — 44 MB
  46. Pisanello, Saint George and the Princess, 1433-1438, fresco, 223x430 cm (Chiesa di Santa Anastasia, Verona, Italy) — source file: (1280x924 pixels – resolution 72pixels/inch) — from 132 to 540 fragments — 78 MB
  47. Raffaello Sanzio, The School of Athens, 1509-1511, fresco, 500x770 cm (Apostolic Palace, Vatican City) — source file: (1280x993 pixels – resolution 72 pixels/inch) — from 165 to 508 fragments — 88 MB
  48. Raffaello Sanzio, The Triumph of Galatea, 1512, fresco, (Villa Farnesina, Rome, Italy) — source file: (2024x2657 pixels, 96 pixels/inch) — from 416 to 777 fragments — 307 MB
  49. Luca Signorelli, Benedict Drives the Devil out of a Stone — detail, 1497-98, (Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore, Asciano, Italy) — source file: (3872×2592 pixels, 240 pixels/inch) — from 488 to 831 fragments — 571 MB
  50. Luca Signorelli, The Conversion of Saint Paul, 1477-1480, fresco, (Sagrestia di San Giovanni, Santuario della Santa Casa, Loreto, Italy) — source file: (1451x1224 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 100 to 572 fragments — 117 MB
  51. Luca Signorelli, The Damned Cast into Hell, fresco, 1499-1502, (Cappella di San Brizio, Duomo di Orvieto, Italy) — source file: (1010x700 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 88 to 337 fragments — 46 MB
  52. Tarquinia, Etruscan art, Three musicians, fresco, 473 B.C., (Tomba dei Leopardi, Tarquinia, Italy) — source file: (1280x853 pixels, 72 pixels/inch) — from 65 to 387 fragments — 79 MB
  53. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, The Banquet of Cleopatra, 1746-1747, fresco, 650 300 cm (Palazzo Labia, Venice, Italy) — source file: (802x1134 pixels, 72 pixels/inch) — from 102 to 351 fragments — 55 MB
  54. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, The Institution of the Rosary, 1737-39, fresco, 1200x450 cm (Santa Maria del Rosario, Venice, Italy) — source file: (850x1231 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 221 to 376 fragments — 66 MB
  55. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, The Institution of the Rosary — detail, 1737-39, fresco (Santa Maria del Rosario, Venice, Italy) — source file: (940x1300 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 122 to 211 fragments — 77 MB
  56. Tiziano, The Healing of the Wrathful Son, 1511, fresco, 340 x 207 cm (Scuola del Santo, Padua, Italy) — source file: (1000x1275 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 140 to 545 fragments — 74 MB
  57. Giorgio Vasari, Birth of Venus, 1555/1557, fresco, 691x285 cm (Palazzo Vecchio Museum, Florence, Italy) — source file: (4769x1881 pixels, resolution 96 pixels/inch) — from 571 to 1648 fragments — 528 MB
  58. Giorgio Vasari, Capture of Porto Ercole, 1568/1570, fresco, 610x760 cm (Palazzo Vecchio Museum, Florence, Italy) — source file: (1890x2324 pixels, resolution 96 pixels/inch) — from 333 to 1238 fragments — 270 MB
  59. Giorgio Vasari, Paul III Farnese Directing the Continuance of St Peter’s, 1546, fresco, (Palazzo della Cancellaria, Rome, Italy) — source file: (1006x759 pixels, resolution 300 pixels/inch) — from 85 to 313 fragments — 49 MB
  60. Paolo Veronese, Figures behind the Parapet, 1560-61, fresco, (Villa Barbaro, Maser, Italy) — source file: (1100x939 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 112 to 209 fragments — 68 MB
  61. Paolo Veronese, Landscape, 1560-61, fresco, (Villa Barbaro, Maser, Italy) — source file: (754x1500 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — from 122 to 213 fragments — 72 MB
  62. Federico Zuccari, The Cardinal's hat conferred on Saint Charles Borromeo, 1603-1604, fresco (Salone degli affreschi, Collegio Borromeo, Pavia, Italy) — source file: (3440x2459 pixels, 900 pixels/inch) — from 605 to 1073 fragments — 670 MB

DB2 — originally used for the testing phase of the challenge

  1. Domenichino, The Virgin and the Unicorn, 1602, fresco (Palazzo Farnese, Rome, Italy) — source file: (2400x1983 pixels, 300 pixels/inch) — 600 fragments, including spurious — SOLUTION
  2. Federico Zuccari, The Cardinal's hat conferred on Saint Charles Borromeo, 1603-1604, fresco (Salone degli affreschi, Collegio Borromeo, Pavia, Italy) — source file: (3440x2459 pixels, 900 pixels/inch) — 1188 fragments, including spurious — SOLUTION
  3. Andrea di Bonaiuto, Allegory of the Active and Triumphant Church and the Dominican order, 1365-1367, fresco, 348,5x570 cm (The Spanish Chapel, Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy) — source file: (4851x3816 pixels, 1200 pixels/inch) — 2045 fragments, including spurious — SOLUTION

Copyright

The images are provided for non-profit purposes and their use is restricted to research, education and non-commercial purposes. Images 38, 39, 40 and 62 are kindly provided by the Collegio Borromeo, Pavia, Italy; all the other images of frescoes located out of Pavia are from Wikipedia, labeled for public domain (as verified on February 27, 2019). Despite every effort to contact copyright-holders, the organizers should be contacted as regards any omissions or errors.