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Giotto Di Bondone

Giotto Di Bondone (1267 - 1337) - Italy (Near Florence)

ゴシック芸術, プロトルネサンス

Giotto di Bondone (Italian pronunciation: [ˈdʒɔtto di bonˈdoːne] c. 1267 – January 8, 1337), known mononymously as Giotto (English: /ˈdʒɒtoʊ/) and Latinised as Giottus, was an Italian painter and architect from Florence during the Late Middle Ages. He worked during the Gothic/Proto-Renaissance period. Giotto's contemporary, the banker and chronicle......


Simone Martini

Simone Martini (1284 - 1344) - Italy (Siena)

ゴシック芸術, ゴシック芸術

Simone Martini (c. 1284 – 1344) was an Italian painter born in Siena. He was a major figure in the development of early Italian painting and greatly influenced the development of the International Gothic style. It is thought that Martini was a pupil of Duccio di Buoninsegna, the leading Sienese painter of his time. According to late Renaissance art......


Pietro Lorenzetti

Pietro Lorenzetti (1280 - 1348) - Italy (Siena)

ゴシック芸術, ゴシック芸術

Pietro Lorenzetti (or Pietro Laurati c. 1280 – 1348) was an Italian painter, active between c.1306 and 1345. Together with his younger brother Ambrogio, he introduced naturalism into Sienese art. In their artistry and experiments with three-dimensional and spatial arrangements, the brothers foreshadowed the art of the Renaissance. Little is known o......


Gentile Da Fabriano

Gentile Da Fabriano (1370 - 1427) - Italy (Fabriano)

ゴシック芸術, ゴシック芸術

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 best-known works are his Adoration of the Magi from the Strozzi Altarpiece, (1423) and the Flight into Egypt. Gentile was born in or near Fabriano, in......


Bernardo Daddi

Bernardo Daddi (1290 - 1348) - Italy (Florence)

Bernardo Daddi (c. 1280 – 1348) was an early Italian Renaissance painter and the leading painter of Florence of his generation. He was one of the artists who contributed to the revolutionary art of the Renaissance, which broke away from the conventions of the preceding generation of Gothic artists, by creating compositions which aimed to achieve a ......


Ugolino Di Nerio

Ugolino Di Nerio (1280 - 1330) - Italy (Siena)

Ugolino di Nerio (1280? – 1349) was an Italian painter active in his native city of Siena and in Florence between the years 1317 and 1327. He was a follower of Duccio di Buoninsegna, from whose Maestà some of his scenes are clearly derived. He was a leading master who contributed to the spread of Sienese painting in Florence by earning commissions ......


Ambrogio Lorenzetti

Ambrogio Lorenzetti (1290 - 1348) - Italy (Siena)

Ambrogio Lorenzetti (or Ambruogio Laurati) (c. 1290 – 9 June 1348) was an Italian painter of the Sienese school. He was active from approximately 1317 to 1348. He painted The Allegory of Good and Bad Government in the Sala dei Nove (Salon of Nine or Council Room) in Siena's Palazzo Pubblico. His elder brother was the painter Pietro Lorenzetti. Lore......


Pietro Cavallini

Pietro Cavallini (1240 - 1330) - Italy (Rome)

Pietro Cavallini (1259 – c. 1330) was an Italian painter and mosaic designer working during the late Middle Ages. Little is known about his biography, though it is known he was from Rome, since he signed pictor romanus. His first notable works were the fresco cycles for the Basilica di San Paolo fuori le Mura, with stories from the New and Old Test......


Claus Sluter

Claus Sluter (1340 - 1406) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

Claus Sluter (1340s in Haarlem – 1405 or 1406 in Dijon) was a sculptor of Dutch origin. He was the most important northern European sculptor of his age and is considered a pioneer of the "northern realism" of the Early Netherlandish painting that came into full flower with the work of Jan van Eyck and others in the next generation. The name "Claes ......


Taddeo Gaddi

Taddeo Gaddi (1290 - 1366) - Italy (Florence)

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 1313 to 1337, when his master died. According to Giorgio Vasari, he was considered Giotto's most talented pupil: in 1347 he was placed at the top in a list o......


Melchior Broederlam

Melchior Broederlam (1350 - 1409) - Belgium (Ypres)

ゴシック芸術, ゴシック芸術

Melchior Broederlam (born Ypres, perhaps c. 1350 died Ypres?, after 1409) was one of the earliest Early Netherlandish painters to whom surviving works can be confidently attributed. He worked mostly for Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, and is documented from 1381 to 1409. Although only a single large pair of panel paintings can confidently be att......


Spinello Aretino

Spinello Aretino (1350 - 1410) - Italy (Florence)

Spinello Aretino (c. 1350 – c. 1410) was an Italian painter from Arezzo, whose style influenced the development of late 14th- and early 15th-century painting in Tuscany. Spinello Aretino was the son of a Florentine named Luca, who had taken refuge in Arezzo in 1310 when the rest of the Ghibelline party was exiled from Florence. His actual name was ......


Paolo Veneziano

Paolo Veneziano (1333 - 1358) - Italy (Venice)

Paolo Veneziano, also Veneziano Paolo or Paolo da Venezia (born before 1333, died after 1358) was a medieval painter from Venice. He has been called 'the most important Venetian painter of the 14th century'. Many signed and dated works of this artist are known. He was regarded as the official painter of the Venetian Republic. He was born to a famil......


Giovanni Da Milano

Giovanni Da Milano (1346 - 1369) - Italy (Lombardy)

Giovanni da Milano (Giovanni di Jacopo di Guido da Caversaccio) was an Italian painter, known to be active in Florence and Rome between 1346 and 1369. His style is, like many Florentine painters of the time, considered to be derivative of Giotto's. Vasari misidentified him as a student of Taddeo Gaddi, a noted Giotto protégé. Hailing from Lombardy,......


Lippo Memmi

Lippo Memmi (1291 - 1356) - Italy (Siena)

Lippo Memmi (c. 1291 – 1356) was an Italian painter from Siena. He was the foremost follower of Simone Martini, who was his brother-in-law. Together with Martini, in 1333 he painted what is regarded as one of the masterworks of the International Gothic, the Annunciation with St. Margaret and St. Ansanus (now in the Uffizi), probably mainly working ......


Bartolo Di Fredi

Bartolo Di Fredi (1330 - 1410) - Italy (Siena)

Bartolo di Fredi (c. 1330 – January 26, 1410), also 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 one of the most influential painters working in Siena and the surrounding towns in the second half of the fourteenth century. He registered in the Guild of t......


Taddeo Di Bartolo

Taddeo Di Bartolo (1362 - 1422) - Italy (Siena)

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's biographies of artists or Vite. Vasari claims he is the uncle of Domenico di Bartolo. Taddeo di Bartolo was born in Siena. The exact year of Taddeo di Bar......


Giovanni D'agostino

Giovanni D'agostino (1285 - 1347) - Italy (Siena)

Agostino da Siena or Agostino di Giovanni (c. 1285 – c. 1347) was an Italian architect and sculptor, active between 1310 and 1347. According to the Italian Renaissance biographer Giorgio Vasari, Agostino was born into a Sienese family of sculptors and architects, and studied in the workshop of Giovanni Pisano. In 1285, aged only fifteen, he would c......


Memmo Di Filippuccio

Memmo Di Filippuccio (1250 - 1325) - Italy (Siena)

Memmo di Filippuccio (active 1303-1345) was a 14th-century painter from Siena, Italy. Memmo di Filippuccio is mentioned in the municipal records as painting several works at the Town Hall of San Gimignano in 1303. The frescoed decorations are in the mayoral chamber and show scenes of everyday life. The best known of the frescos are two scenes of do......


Agostino Di Giovanni

Agostino Di Giovanni (1285 - 1347) - Italy (Siena)

Agostino da Siena or Agostino di Giovanni (c. 1285 – c. 1347) was an Italian architect and sculptor, active between 1310 and 1347. According to the Italian Renaissance biographer Giorgio Vasari, Agostino was born into a Sienese family of sculptors and architects, and studied in the workshop of Giovanni Pisano. In 1285, aged only fifteen, he would c......


Lorenzo Monaco

Lorenzo Monaco (1370 - 1425) - Italy (Siena)

Lorenzo Monaco (born Piero di Giovanni c. 1370 – c. 1425) was an Italian painter of the late Gothic-early Renaissance age. He was born Piero di Giovanni in Siena. Little is known about his youth, apart from the fact that he was apprenticed in Florence. He was influenced by Giotto and his followers Spinello Aretino and Agnolo Gaddi. In 1390 he joine......


Hubert Van Eyck

Hubert Van Eyck (1366 - 1426) - Belgium (Maaseik)

Hubert van Eyck (also Huybrecht van Eyck) (c. 1385–90 – 18 September 1426) was an Early Netherlandish painter and older brother of Jan van Eyck, as well as Lambert and Margareta, also painters. The absence of any single work that he can clearly be said to have completed continues to make assessment of his achievement highly uncertain, although for ......


Jacopo Della Quercia

Jacopo Della Quercia (1374 - 1438) - Italy (Quercegrossa Near Siena)

Jacopo della Quercia (Italian pronunciation: [ˈjaːkopo della ˈkwɛrtʃa] c. 1374 – 20 October 1438) was an Italian sculptor of the Italian Renaissance, a contemporary of Brunelleschi, Ghiberti and Donatello. He is considered a precursor of Michelangelo. Jacopo della Quercia takes his name from Quercia Grossa (now Quercegrossa), a place near Siena, wh......


Agnolo Gaddi

Agnolo Gaddi (1350 - 1396) - Italy (Florence)

ゴシック芸術, ゴシック芸術

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 Giotto. Agnolo was an influential and prolific artist who was the last major Florentine painter stylistically descended from Giotto. Among his pupils was ......


Bicci Di Lorenzo

Bicci Di Lorenzo (1350 - 1427) - Italy (Florence)

Lorenzo di Bicci (c. 1350 – 1427) was an Italian painter of the Florentine School considered to be one of the most important painters in Florence during the second half of the 14th century. He is believed to have learned his trade from his father, about whom little is known. Lorenzo’s style, as well as that of his contemporaries Jacopo di Cione and......


Lorenzo Veneziano

Lorenzo Veneziano (1336 - 1379) - Italy (Venice)

Lorenzo Veneziano ('Lorenzo the Venetian') (active 1356–1372) was an important painter in Venice during the second half of the 14th century. He was the first painter of the Venetian school who commenced the move away from the Byzantine models preferred by the Venetians towards the Gothic style. His work had an important influence on the next genera......


Andrea Di Vanni D'andrea

Andrea Di Vanni D'andrea (1332 - 1414) - Italy (Siena)

Andrea Vanni (1332 – c. 1414) was an Italian painter of the early Renaissance, active mainly in his native Siena. Vanni was born in about 1332 in Siena. The first notice of him as a painter comes from 1353 when he was associated with Bartolo di Fredi, though it is uncertain if Vanni was a painter or assistant. His last activities date around 1400 a......


Ferrer Bassa

Ferrer Bassa (1285 - 1348) - Spain (Avinyonet Del Penedès ?)

Ferrer Bassa (c. 1285 – 1348) was a Catalan Gothic painter and miniaturist. He was active in the early 14th century, as proved by two documents which attest him working in two chapels at Sitges. Ten years later he worked for Alfonso IV of Aragon, executing miniatures for the manuscripts of the Uses of Barcelona and the Costumes of Catalonia, showin......


Altichiero Da Zevio

Altichiero Da Zevio (1330 - 1390) - Italy (Zevio Bei Verona)

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. He worked in Verona and Padua—works by him survive in the church of Sant'Anastasia in Verona and in the basilica of Sant'Antonio and the Oratorio di Sa......


Barnaba Da Modena

Barnaba Da Modena (1328 - 1386) - Italy

Barnaba da Modena was a mid-14th-century Italian painter who painted in a style that was still much indebted to the Byzantine model. He is considered the first Lombard painter of note and was active in Lombardy, Piedmont, and Pisa in Tuscany. As his name indicates, the artist was a native of Modena (Emilia). The first records regarding Barnaba date......


Andrea Di Bartolo

Andrea Di Bartolo (1365 - 1428) - Italy (Siena)

Andrea di Bartolo or Andrea di Bartolo Cini (1360/70 – 1428) was an Italian painter, stained glass designer and illuminator of the Sienese School mainly known for his religious subjects. He was active between 1389–1428 in the area in and around Siena. Andrea di Bartolo was the son and pupil of Bartolo di Fredi, a very prominent painter in Siena. Hi......


André Beauneveu

André Beauneveu (1335 - 1403) - France (Valenciennes)

André Beauneveu (born c. 1335 in Valenciennes, died c.1400 in Bourges) was an Early Netherlandish sculptor and painter, born in the County of Hainaut (Valenciennes is today in France), who is best known for his work in the service of the French King Charles V, and of the Valois Duke, Jean de Berry. His work in all media shows a generally naturalist......


Paolo Di Giovanni Fei

Paolo Di Giovanni Fei (1345 - 1411) - Italy (San Quirico D'orcia)

Paolo di Giovanni Fei (c. 1345 – c. 1411) was a painter of the Sienese school. He came to Siena from San Quirico, Castelvecchio (it), held public positions in Siena from 1369 and was first mentioned in the Sienese register of painters in 1389. His earliest signed and dated work is of 1381. He appears among the documents of the Duomo di Siena, 1395–......


Andrea Pisano

Andrea Pisano (1290 - 1348) - Italy (Pontedera)

Andrea Pisano (Pontedera 1290 – 1348 Orvieto) also known as Andrea da Pontedera, was an Italian sculptor and architect. Pisano first learned the trade of a goldsmith. Pisano then became a pupil of Mino di Giovanni, about 1300, and worked with him on the sculpture for S. Maria della Spina at Pisa and elsewhere. He made his chief works in Florence, a......


Jacopo Di Cione

Jacopo Di Cione (1325 - 1399) - Italy (Florence)

Jacopo di Cione (c. 1325 – after 1390) was an Italian Gothic period painter in the Republic of Florence. Born in Florence between 1320 and 1330, he is closely associated with his three older brothers Andrea di Cione di Arcangelo (called Orcagna), Nardo di Cione and Matteo di Cione. The di Cione (pronounced dee choh’ nay) brothers often worked colla......


Cenni Di Francesco Di Ser Cenni

Cenni Di Francesco Di Ser Cenni (1369 - 1415) - Italy (Florence)

Cenni di Francesco di ser Cenni was an Italian Gothic painter active in Florence between 1369/1370 and 1415. His only signed work is fresco of the True Cross at the Cappella della Croce di Giorno at the church of San Francesco in Volterra, painted in 1410. A couple of dozens work have been attributed to Cenni di Francesco of the basis of the simila......


Tommaso Da Modena

Tommaso Da Modena (1326 - 1379) - Italy (Modena)


Jacobello Del Fiore

Jacobello Del Fiore (1370 - 1439) - Italy (Venezia)

Jacobello del Fiore (c. 1370 – 1439) was a Venetian artist in the late fourteenth century and early fifteenth century. His early work is in the Late Gothic style popularized by Altichiero da Verona and Jacopo Avanzi, two of his contemporaries, while his mature work displays a local Venetian style established by the school of Paolo Veneziano, an art......


Nardo Leonardo Di Cione

Nardo Leonardo Di Cione (1320 - 1366) -

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 they were important members of the Painters Guild of Florence. While Orcagna has been noted as the more accomplished artist, Nardo developed his own uniqu......


Orcagna

Orcagna (1310 - 1368) -

Andrea di Cione di Arcangelo (c. 1308 – August 25, 1368), better known as Orcagna, was an Italian painter, sculptor, and architect active in Florence. He worked as a consultant at the Florence Cathedral and supervised the construction of the facade at the Orvieto Cathedral. Orcagna's works include: The mosaic decoration and the rose window of the c......


Michelino Molinari Da Besozzo

Michelino Molinari Da Besozzo (1370 - 1455) - Italy (Besozzo)

Michelino Molinari da Besozzo (c. 1370 – c. 1455) was a notable fifteenth century Italian painter and illuminator, who was widely praised for his work. He worked mostly in Milan and Lombardy, and was employed by the Visconti family, rulers of Milan. Michelino's work follows the traditions of the Lombard School, and maintains the Trecento style. Mic......


Guariento D'arpo

Guariento D'arpo (1310 - 1370) -

Guariento di Arpo (1310 – 1370), sometimes incorrectly referred to as Guerriero, was a 14th-century painter whose career was centered in Padua. The painter is buried in the church of San Bernardino, Padua. Guariento's major commissions in Padua include the choir frescoes for the Augustinian hermits' church of the Eremitani, which depict scenes from......


Niccolò Di Ser Sozzo

Niccolò Di Ser Sozzo (1334 - 1363) - Italy (Siena)

Niccolò di Ser Sozzo (fl. 1334–63) was an Italian painter and manuscript illuminator. He generally has been identified as Niccolò di Ser Sozzo di Francesco Tegliacci, but recent research points instead to a Niccolò di Ser Sozzo di Stefano. Whatever his true identity, Niccolo was one of the leading panel painters and miniaturists at work in Siena in......


Lorenzo Di Bicci

Lorenzo Di Bicci (1350 - 1427) - Italy

Lorenzo di Bicci (c. 1350 – 1427) was an Italian painter of the Florentine School considered to be one of the most important painters in Florence during the second half of the 14th century. He is believed to have learned his trade from his father, about whom little is known. Lorenzo’s style, as well as that of his contemporaries Jacopo di Cione and......


Mariotto Di Nardo

Mariotto Di Nardo (1365 - 1424) - Italy (Florence)

Mariotto di Nardo di Cione (fl. 1388–1424) was a Florentine painter in the Florentine Gothic style. He worked at the Duomo of Florence, the church of Santa Maria Maggiore, and the Orsanmichele. He created both frescoes and panel paintings, and was also active as a manuscript illuminator. Mariotto flourished from 1394 to 1424. He was the grandson of......


Lorenzo Maitani

Lorenzo Maitani (1255 - 1330) - Italy (Siena)

Lorenzo Maitani (c. 1275–1330) was the Italian architect and sculptor primarily responsible for the construction and decoration of the façade of Orvieto Cathedral. Maitani established his reputation in Siena and was called to supervise the construction at Orvieto in 1308 when the unprecedented height and span of the cathedral's vaults and arches pr......


Niccolò Di Pietro Gerini

Niccolò Di Pietro Gerini (1368 - 1415) - Italy (Florence)

Niccolò di Pietro Gerini (c. 1340 – 1414) was an Italian painter of the late Gothic period, active mainly in his native Florence although he also carried out commissions in Pisa and Prato. He was not an innovative painter but relied on traditional compositions in which he placed his figures in a stiff and dramatic movement. Gerini's father, Pietro ......


Luca Di Tommè

Luca Di Tommè (1330 - 1389) - Italy

Luca di Tommè (or Luca Thome) (c. 1330–1389) was an Italian painter active between 1356 and 1389 in Siena. He worked in the style established by earlier Sienese painters Duccio, Simone Martini, Pietro Lorenzetti and Ambrogio Lorenzetti. More than 50 works have been attributed to him. This large output contributed to the long-term survival of the de......


Wang Meng

Wang Meng (1308 - 1385) -

Wang Meng (王蒙, Wáng Méng Zi: Shūmíng 叔明, Hao: Xiāngguāng Jūshì 香光居士) (c. 1308 – 1385) was a Chinese painter during the Yuan Dynasty. Wang Meng was born in Wuxing (吴兴), now known as Huzhou (湖州), Zhejiang. He was a maternal grandson of Zhao Mengfu, thus making him a descendant of the Song Dynasty's royal bloodline on his mother's side. Wang Meng was ......


Giovanni Di Balduccio

Giovanni Di Balduccio (1290 - 1349) - Italy (Pisa)

Giovanni di Balduccio (c. 1290 – after 1339) was an Italian sculptor of the Medieval period. The artist was born in Pisa, and likely did not train directly with the famous Pisan sculptor Andrea Pisano. He travelled to Milan to help sculpt the arc of St. Peter Martyr now in the Portinari Chapel, in the Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio, work signed in 1339......


Jacquemart De Hesdin

Jacquemart De Hesdin (1355 - 1414) - France (Hesdin)

Jacquemart de Hesdin (c. 1355 – c. 1414) was a French miniature painter working in the International Gothic style. In English, he is also called Jacquemart of Hesdin. During his lifetime, his name was spelt in a number of ways, including as Jacquemart de Odin. Jacquemart was a painter from Artois. Hesdin, the town from which he took his name, was a......


Jacopo Avanzi

Jacopo Avanzi (1350 - 1416) - Italy (Bologna)

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 often confused with other artists, including Jacopo de' Bavozi and the Vicentine Avanzo. Born in either Bologna,[clarification needed] he trained supposedly with Vitale da Bologna. He work......


Piero Di Niccolò Lamberti

Piero Di Niccolò Lamberti (1370 - 1451) - Italy (Firenze)

Niccolò di Piero Lamberti (ca. 1370 – 1451), also known as Niccolò di Pietro Lamberti, Niccolo Aretino, Niccolò d'Arezzo and as il Pela, was an Italian sculptor and architect. Little is known about his life other than that he was married in Florence in 1392. His son, Piero di Niccolò Lamberti (1393–1435), was also a sculptor, and the two are notabl......


Jean De Beaumetz

Jean De Beaumetz (1335 - 1396) - France (Beaumetz-Les-Loges)

Jean de Beaumetz is recorded to have been "painter and valet" to Philip the Bold, for whom he painted numerous works, and decorated, among other chapels, that of the Castle of Argilli, in Burgundy. Some of his mural paintings are still preserved at château de Germolles. Jean de Beaumetz was employed by his patron from about 1375 to 1395. More......


Giovanni Del Biondo

Giovanni Del Biondo (1356 - 1399) -

Giovanni del Biondo was a 14th-century Italian painter of the Gothic and early-Renaissance period. He was active in the period 1356-1399 and is mainly known for his panel paintings. He specialized in religious-themed works, many of which have survived. Giovanni del Biondo’s precise date of birth is unknown. From tax records it is known that Giovann......


Pacino Di Bonaguida

Pacino Di Bonaguida (1280 - 1343) - Italy (Florence)

Pacino di Buonaguida (active circa 1303 - about 1347) was an Italian painter active in Florence in the Gothic. Little is known of his biography, and only one work is signed, an altarpiece at the Accademia in Florence. Scholars now attribute over 50 works to the painter. The Chiarito tabernacle at the Getty Museum in California is attributed to Paci......


Lippo D'andrea Di Lippo

Lippo D'andrea Di Lippo (1352 - 1410) - Italy (Firenze)

Filippo Scannabecchi (1352 – c. 1410), known as Lippo di Dalmasio, was an Italian painter from Bologna, a son of Dalmasio Scannabecchi. His father was Dalmasio Scannabecchi (sometimes referred to as pseudo-Dalmasio), a Bolognese painter from a minor noble family who migrated to Pistoia during a period of Guelph rule in Bologna. Lippo presumably tra......


Lippo Vanni

Lippo Vanni (1315 - 1375) -

Lippo Vanni was a 14th-century Italian painter and miniaturist who was active in his native Siena. He painted miniatures for the Santa Maria della Scala in Siena in 1344, and his name first appears in the Guild in 1355. In 1352 he executed a Coronation of the Virgin for the Biccherna, the Sienese Ministry of Finance. In 1359, together with Nello Be......


Bartolomeo Di Fruosino

Bartolomeo Di Fruosino (1366 - 1441) - Italy (Florence)

Bartolomeo di Fruosino (1366 or 1369 – 7 December 1441) was an Italian painter and illuminator of the Florentine School and Renaissance art. Bartolomeo was born, and lived and worked his whole life in Florence. Part of the indecision about his age and birth year comes from differing statements he had made: in 1427 he gave 61, and 64 in 1433. His br......


Jean Pucelle

Jean Pucelle (1300 - 1334) - France


Bonino Da Campione

Bonino Da Campione (1325 - 1397) - Italy (Campione D'italia)


Naddo Ceccarelli

Naddo Ceccarelli (1320 - 1347) -

Naddo Ceccarelli (documented 1347, active c. 1330–60) was a 14th-century Italian painter of the Sienese School. Naddo Ceccarelli was a gifted pupil of the leading Sienese painter Simone Martini (ca. 1284–1344). He may have travelled with Martini to Avignon in 1330 and returned to Siena after Martini's death in 1345. He became one of the better-know......


Deodato Di Orlandi

Deodato Di Orlandi (1280 - 1331) - Italy

Deodato Orlandi (active 1284-1315, died before 1331) was an Italian painter who was active in Lucca and Pisa. His work marks the transition from the Italo-Byzantine painting of the 13th century to the Giotto-inspired style of the 14th century. Orlandi was active in Lucca and Pisa between 1284 and 1315. He primarily painted religious-themed works on......


Nino Pisano

Nino Pisano (1315 - 1370) -

Nino Pisano (fl. 1349 – 1368) was an Italian sculptor, the son of Andrea Pisano. He collaborated with his father in sculptures for the churches of San Zanipolo at Venice and in Santa Caterina at Pisa, and provided some panels for the bell tower of Santa Maria del Fiore. Nino succeeded his father in the works of the Orvieto Cathedral in 1349. Works ......


Serafino Serafini

Serafino Serafini (1324 - 1393) - Italy (Modena)

Serafino de' Serafini (1323-1393), also spelled Seraphino de' Seraphini was an Italian painter, active in Modena in the late 14th century. He is known by a Coronation of the Virgin and other subjects in Modena Cathedral. The Coronation bears the inscription "Seraphinus de Seraphinis pinxit 1385 die Jovis x.x.i.i.i. Marcii. Little is known of this a......


Antonio Baboccio Da Piperno

Antonio Baboccio Da Piperno (1351 - 1435) - Italy (Piperno)


Giovanni Da Campione

Giovanni Da Campione (1320 - 1375) - Italy (Champion Of Italy)


Filippo Rusuti

Filippo Rusuti (1255 - 1325) -

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-called Roman school active in the late thirteenth century. Early in his career he worked on the fresco decoration of the Upper Basilica of San Francesco......


Francescuccio Ghissi

Francescuccio Ghissi (1359 - 1395) - Italy

Francescussio Ghissi, also called Francesco di Cecco Ghissi, (fl. 1359 – 1395) was an Italian painter. His exact date of birth and death are not known. Ghissi was an exponent of the Gothic style, active especially in the Marche region of central-eastern Italy. He is known to have worked with Allegretto Nuzi. He primarily painted religious works for......


Matteo Di Ser Cambio

Matteo Di Ser Cambio (1351 - 1424) - Italy (Perugia)


Don Silvestro Dei Gherarducci

Don Silvestro Dei Gherarducci (1339 - 1399) - Italy (Florence)


Andrea Di Bonaiuto (Andrea Da Firenze)

Andrea Di Bonaiuto (Andrea Da Firenze) (1343 - 1379) - Italy (Firenze)


Master Bertram

Master Bertram (1345 - 1415) - Germany (Minden)


Tino Di Camaino

Tino Di Camaino (1280 - 1337) - Italy (Siena)


Nicolas Bataille

Nicolas Bataille (1330 - 1405) -


Andrea Di Cione Di Arcangelo (Orcagna)

Andrea Di Cione Di Arcangelo (Orcagna) (1308 - 1368) - Italy (Florence)


Gherardo Di Jacopo Starnina

Gherardo Di Jacopo Starnina (1354 - 1411) - Italy (Firenze)


Konrad Von Soest

Konrad Von Soest (1370 - 1422) - Germany (Dortmund)


Manfredi De Battilor Bartolo Di Fredi Fredi

Manfredi De Battilor Bartolo Di Fredi Fredi (1330 - 1410) - Italy (Siena)


Giovannino De' Grassi

Giovannino De' Grassi (1350 - 1398) - Italy (Milan)


Bartolommeo Bulgarini

Bartolommeo Bulgarini (1305 - 1378) - Italy (Siena)


Theophanes The Greek

Theophanes The Greek (1340 - 1410) - Greece (Constantinople)


Andrey Rublyov (St Andrei Rublev)

Andrey Rublyov (St Andrei Rublev) (1360 - 1428) - Russia (Moscow)


Joan Mates

Joan Mates (1370 - 1431) - Spain (Vilafranca Del Penedes)


Giusto De' Menabuoi

Giusto De' Menabuoi (1330 - 1390) - Italy (Florence)


Bonamico Di Martino Da Firenze (Bounamico Buffalmacco)

Bonamico Di Martino Da Firenze (Bounamico Buffalmacco) (1290 - 1341) - Italy (Florence)


Vitale Da Bologna

Vitale Da Bologna (1299 - 1365) - Italy (Bologna)


Jacopo Del Casentino (Jacopo Landino)

Jacopo Del Casentino (Jacopo Landino) (1330 - 1380) - Italy (Firenze)


Peter Parler

Peter Parler (1330 - 1399) - Germany (Schwäbisch Gmünd)


Pietro Da Rimini

Pietro Da Rimini (1280 - 1350) - Italy (Rimini)


Niccolò Di Piero Lamberti (Niccolo Aretino)

Niccolò Di Piero Lamberti (Niccolo Aretino) (1370 - 1451) - Italy (Firenze)


Jacobello Dalle Masegne

Jacobello Dalle Masegne (1350 - 1409) - Italy (Venezia)


Domenico Di Agostino

Domenico Di Agostino (1317 - 1366) - Italy (Siena)


Simone Dei Crocefissi (Simone Di Filippo Benvenuti)

Simone Dei Crocefissi (Simone Di Filippo Benvenuti) (1330 - 1399) - Italy (Bologna)


Francesco Di Vannuccio

Francesco Di Vannuccio (1356 - 1391) - Italy (Siena)


Matteo Giovanetti

Matteo Giovanetti (1322 - 1368) - Italy (Viterbo)


Jean De Liège

Jean De Liège (1330 - 1381) - France


Filippo Calendario

Filippo Calendario (1315 - 1355) - Italy


Jacopino Da Tradate

Jacopino Da Tradate (1371 - 1445) -


Matteo Di Filippo Torelli

Matteo Di Filippo Torelli (1365 - 1442) -


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