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 ...
Pietro Giovanni Leonori
Pietro Giovanni Leonori (active 1400) was an Italian painter of the Bolognese school. Leonori painted Madonna & Saints in the Custom's House, and decorated several public buildings with frescoes.<...
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,...
Segna di Bonaventura
Segna di Bonaventura, also known as Segna de Bonaventura, and as Segna di Buonaventura, was an Italian painter of the Sienese School. He was active from about 1298 to 1331. In 1306 he painted a panel ...
Luca di Tommè
Luca di Tommè (or Luca Thome) (c. 1330–1389) was an Italian painter active between 1356 and 1389 in Siena. He was a colleague of Bartolo di Fredi. He created his images using tempera on wood panels, ...
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 ...
Agnolo Gaddi
Agnolo Gaddi (c.1350–1396) was an Italian painter. He was born and died in Florence, and was the son of the painter Taddeo Gaddi.Taddeo Gaddi was himself the major pupil of the Florentine master...
Duccio
Duccio di Buoninsegna ([ˈduttʃo di ˌbwɔninˈseɲɲa]; c. 1255-1260 – c. 1318-1319) was an Italian painter, active in the city of Siena in Tuscany, where he was born, in the late 13th and early f...
Giovanni da Santo Stefano da Ponte
Giovanni da Santo Stefano da Ponte (1306–1365) was an Italian painter, active in his native Florence. He was a pupil of Buonamico Buffalmacco, and painted portraits and devotional subjects. He worked ...
Gennaro di Cola
Gennaro di Cola (c. 1320 – c. 1370) was an Italian painter of the Trecento, active mainly in Naples. He trained with Simone Martini, and reportedly befriended Giotto. Worked in fresco alongside ...
Andrea da Bologna
Andrea da Bologna was a follower of Vitale. A painting by him, representing 'The Virgin and Child,' signed De Bononia natus, Andreas fatus a.d. MCCCLXXII, is in the church Del Sacramento at Pansola, n...
Altichiero
Altichiero da Verona (c. 1330 – c. 1390), also called Aldighieri da Zevio, was an Italian painter of the Gothic style. A follower of Giotto, Altichiero is credited with founding the Veronese school. ...
Puccio Capanna
Puccio Capanna was an Italian painter of the first half of the 14th century, who lived and worked in Assisi, Umbria, Italy between 1341 and 1347. He is also called Puccio Campana. Capanna was original...
Naddo Ceccarelli
Naddo Ceccarelli was a 14th-century Italian painter of the Sienese School.Paintings by this late Italian Gothic painter can be seen at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland and the Museum of F...
Bartolo di Fredi
Bartolo di Fredi (c. 1330 – January 26, 1410), sometimes called Bartolo Battiloro, was an Italian painter, born in Siena, classified as a member of the Sienese School. He had a large studio and was o...
Vitale da Bologna
Vitale da Bologna (1289 or 1309 — 1369), also known as Vidolini, Vitale di Almo de' Cavalli or Vitale degli Equi, was an Italian painter, of the Early Renaissance.He is a representative of the 1...
Nardo di Cione
Nardo di Cione (died c. 1366), was an Italian painter, sculptor and architect from Florence. He was the brother of the more accomplished Andrea di Cione, called Orcagna, as well as Jacopo di Cione; t...
Don Silvestro dei Gherarducci
Don Silvestro dei Gherarducci (c. 1339 – c. 1399) was an Italian painter and illuminator in Florence. He became a monk and later a prior where he first started work on illustrations for manuscri...
Master of the Rebel Angels
The Master of the Rebel Angels is an anonymous master of the Sienese School, during the second quarter of the 14th century (Trecento).He is only known by two panels of an ancient polyptych painted bet...
Matteo Giovanetti
Matteo Giovannetti (c. 1322, Viterbo, Latium – 1368) was an Italian painter. He belonged to the Simone Martini school and was a friend of Petrarch.
He was summoned to Avignon by pope Clement ...
Bernardo Daddi
Bernardo Daddi (c. 1280 – 1348) was an early Italian Renaissance painter and apprentice of Giotto. He was also influenced by the Sienese art of Lorenzetti.Daddi's birth date remains unknown. He is fi...
Jacopo del Casentino
Jacopo del Casentino (c. 1297 – 1358) was an Italian painter called Jacopo Landino or da Prato Vecchio, active mainly in Tuscany. At Arezzo, he became a pupil of Taddeo Gaddi and followed his m...
Jacopo d'Avanzi
Jacopo d'Avanzi (after 1350s – 1416) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period. He is also known as Jacopo Avanzi or Jacopo de Avanzi, although apparently oftened confused with other artists, i...
Ottaviano da Faenza
Ottaviano da Faenza, an Italian painter of the 14th century, who was instructed by Giotto, spent the greater part of his life at Faenza, where he died. There are several paintings attributed to him to...
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...
Antonio Bamboccio
Antonio Bambocci (1351–1421) was an Italian painter and sculptor of the Gothic period, active in and near Naples. He was born in Piperino, and came to Naples with his father Domenico, also a sculptor....
Barnaba da Modena
Barnaba da Modena was a mid-14th century Italian painter, active in Lombardy. There is a painting by him in the church of San Giovanni Battista in Alba. A Byzantine-style Virgin and Child, once in Fra...
Cristoforo Orimina
Cristoforo Orimina was an Italian illuminator of the 14th century. He was a painter at the court of Robert of Naples and of Joan I of Naples.The Orimini were a patrician family of Naples, belonging to...