Cimabue - Pre-Renaissance Art
Cimabue-Giovanni Cenni di Peppi Cimabue (c. 1240--1302), also known as Bencivieni di Pepo or in modern Italian, Benvenuto di Giuseppe, was a Florentine pain...
Ambrogio Lorenzetti
Ambrogio Lorenzetti (or Ambruogio Laurati; c. 1290 June 9, 1348) was an Italian painter of the Sienese school. He was active between approximately from 1317 ...
Niccolò di Segna
Niccolò di Segna (died around 1348) was an Italian painter from Siena. His activity is documented starting from 1331.Influenced by Duccio di Buoninsegna and Simone Martini, he was an exponent of the S...
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Nicola da Guardiagrele
Nicola da Guardiagrele (born Nicola Gallucci or Nicola di Andrea di Pasquale; c. 1385/1390 - c. 1462) was an Italian late medieval goldsmith, painter and etcher.
Born at Guardiagrele, in what is n...
Montano d'Arezzo
Montano d'Arezzo flourished about the end of the 13th, and the commencement of the 14th, centuries. In 1305 he painted two chapels of the Castel Nuovo, and in 1306 two chapels of the Castel del Uovo, ...
Barna da Siena
Barna da Siena, also known as Berna di Siena, was a Sienese painter active from about 1330 to 1350, and was the painter in Siena during this period. He learned his trade from Simone Martini. Barna i...
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Gentile da Fabriano
Gentile da Fabriano (c. 1370 – 1427) was an Italian painter known for his participation in the International Gothic painter style. He worked in various places in central Italy, mostly in Tuscany. His ...
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Martino di Bartolomeo
Martino di Bartolomeo or Martino di Bartolomeo di Biago was an Italian painter and manuscript illuminator active between 1389 and 1434. He was one of his generation's principal painters of the Sienese...
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Master of the Gubbio Cross
The Master of the Gubbio Cross was the name given to an Umbrian painter active between about 1285 and about 1320. He appears to have been familiar with the artists working at the Basilica of San Fran...
Niccolo Lamberti
Niccolo Lamberti (late 14th century) was an Italian painter of the Florentine school, active in 1382. He was a pupil of the Orcagna, and painted in company with Jacopo (?) in the palace at Volterra a ...
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Lorenzo Veneziano
Lorenzo Veneziano (active 1356–1372) was an Italian painter. His earliest altarpiece was painted for the high altar of the church of Sant' Antonio di Castello, and is now in the Gallerie dell'Accademi...
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Pietro da Rimini
Pietro da Rimini (floruit 1315-1335) was an early 14th-century Italian painter.Pietro was born in Rimini and was a contemporary of the painters Giovanni and Giuliano da Rimini. He worked mainly in mem...
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Giovanni Bonini
Giovanni Bonini or Giovani Bonini of Assisi (fl. 1321) was an Italian painter and mosaicist of the 14th century; born in Assisi, and working in the sculptures and windows of the Cathedral of Orvieto ...
Taddeo di Bartolo
Taddeo di Bartolo (c. 1363 – 26 August 1422), also known as Taddeo Bartoli, was an Italian painter of the Sienese School during the early Renaissance. He is among the artists profiled in Vasari'...
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Michelino Molinari da Besozzo
Michelino Molinari da Besozzo (c. 1370 – c. 1455) was an Italian painter and illuminator. He worked mostly in Milan and Lombardy.
A native of Besozzo, in 1388 he worked in the second cloiste...
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Taddeo Gaddi
Taddeo Gaddi (c. 1290, Florence – 1366, Florence) was a medieval Italian painter and architect.He was the son of Gaddo di Zanobi, called Gaddo Gaddi. He was a member of Giotto's workshop from 13...
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Filippo Rusuti
Filippo Rusuti, (c. 1255–c. 1325) was an Italian painter, active in Rome between 1288 and 1297, and in Naples around 1320.Rusuti belonged, along with Jacopo Torriti and Pietro Cavallini, to the so-cal...
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Giovanni d'Asciano
Giovanni d'Asciano, a pupil of Barna of Siena, is said to have completed the frescoes left unfinished by that master at San Gimignano, Tuscany. At Asciano, his birthplace, there is a work by Giovanni,...
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Cennino Cennini
Cennino d'Andrea Cennini (c. 1360 – before 1427) was an Italian painter influenced by Giotto. He was a student of Agnolo Gaddi in Florence. Gaddi trained under his father, called Taddeo Gaddi, w...
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Orcagna
Andrea di Cione di Arcangelo (c. 1308 – August 25, 1368), better known as Orcagna, was an Italian painter, sculptor, and architect active in Florence.
A student of Andrea Pisano as well as Giotto ...
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Master of 1310
The Master of 1310 was an Italian painter active in Pistoia at the end of the 13th into the beginning of the fourteenth century. His name is derived from an altarpiece depicting the Madonna and Child...
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Turino Vanni
Turino Vanni (late 14th century) was an Italian painter. He was born at Rigoli, a small village near Pisa. The records show that he worked for the Duomo of Pisa between 1390 and 1395. He was an imitat...
Salimbeni
Brothers Lorenzo Salimbeni (1374-c1418) and Jacopo Salimbeni (c.1370/80 - after 1426) were Italian medieval painters representative of International Gothic style.
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Master of the Perkins Saint Paul
The Master of the Perkins Saint Paul was an Italian artist active during the third quarter of the fourteenth century. His origins are uncertain; he is believed to have been Tuscan, and has tentativel...
Cimabue
Cimabue ([tʃimaˈbue]; c. 1240 – 1302), (also known as Cenni Di Pepi or in modern Italian, Benvenuto di Giuseppe) was a Florentine painter and creator of mosaics.Cimabue is generally regarded as one ...
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