In the first chapel is a “Nativity” by Pinturicchio, who also painted the lunettes.
In the lunettes below are the four doctors of the Latin Church, by Paoletti.
The story of the Baptists life is told in the lunettes and on the walls.
The ends of the lunettes had met, the pincer tips had closed.
Lunettes and redoubts covered all the approaches to the two great gates.
The front ditches of the lunettes were flanked by caponiers.
The lunettes of the ceiling are painted in gray, framed in borders of sea-shells.
In our illustration the lower part of two lunettes is cut off.
The Robbias prepare their delicately-toned reliefs for the lunettes above the doorways.
Even a detail would be unsatisfactory, but one of the lunettes from the cloister is given here.