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Master of St Cecilia

(c. 1300)

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Assisi, basilica of S. Francesco

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The church of S. Francesco in Assisi is of exceptional significance, not only as one of the first major examples of Italian Gothic architecture, but because of its surviving late ...

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Buffalmacco

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(active first half of 14th century).

Italian painter, a tantalizingly enigmatic figure. Various early sources, not only Ghiberti and Vasari, but also the authors Boccaccio and...

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Giottesques

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A term applied to the 14th-century followers of Giotto. The best-known artists embraced by the term are the Florentines Bernardo Daddi, Taddeo Gaddi, Maso di Banco, and to a lesser extent...

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Giotto di Bondone

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(b ?Colle di Vespignano, nr. Florence, c.1270; d Florence, 8 Jan. 1337).

Florentine painter and architect. Giotto is regarded as the founder of the central tradition of Western...

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Isaac Master

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Conventional name for the painter of two Old Testament scenes in the nave of the Upper church, Assisi. He is traditionally identified either as the young Giotto or as a ...

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Master of the Legend of St Francis

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A name for the main painter of the famous cycle of frescos on the nave walls of the Upper Church of S. Francesco in Assisi, depicting the life of St Francis and probably dating from about...

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