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GIOTTO di Bondone The Epiphany oil painting


The Epiphany
Painting ID::  44311
Artist: GIOTTO di Bondone
Painting: The Epiphany
Introduction: 1320-25 Tempera on wood, gold ground, 45,1 x 43,8 cm
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIOTTO di Bondone Stigmatization of St Francis oil painting


Stigmatization of St Francis
Painting ID::  44312
Artist: GIOTTO di Bondone
Painting: Stigmatization of St Francis
Introduction: 1300 Tempera on wood, 314 x 162 cm
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIOTTO di Bondone Descent into Limbo oil painting


Descent into Limbo
Painting ID::  44315
Artist: GIOTTO di Bondone
Painting: Descent into Limbo
Introduction: 1320-25 Tempera on wood, 45 x 44 cm
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIOTTO di Bondone Pentecost oil painting


Pentecost
Painting ID::  44316
Artist: GIOTTO di Bondone
Painting: Pentecost
Introduction: 1320-25 Egg tempera on poplar, 46 x 44 cm
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIOTTO di Bondone Last Judgment oil painting


Last Judgment
Painting ID::  44327
Artist: GIOTTO di Bondone
Painting: Last Judgment
Introduction: 1000 x 840 cm
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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     Italian Early Renaissance Painter, 1267-1337 Italian painter and designer. In his own time and place he had an unrivalled reputation as the best painter and as an innovator, superior to all his predecessors, and he became the first post-Classical artist whose fame extended beyond his lifetime and native city. This was partly the consequence of the rich literary culture of two of the cities where he worked, Padua and Florence. Writing on art in Florence was pioneered by gifted authors and, although not quite art criticism, it involved the comparison of local artists in terms of quality. The most famous single appreciation is found in Dante's verses (Purgatory x) of 1315 or earlier. Exemplifying the transience of fame, first with poets and manuscript illuminators, Dante then remarked that the fame of Cimabue, who had supposed himself to be the leader in painting, had now been displaced by Giotto. Ironically, this text was one factor that forestalled the similar eclipse of Giotto's fame, which was clearly implied by the poet. . Related Artists to GIOTTO di Bondone : | Saloman van Ruysdael | Alice Mary Havers | John Frederick Peto | Auguste Couder | Maroniez Georges-Philibert |

 

 

 

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