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Gentile da Fabriano The Presentation at the Temple (mk05) oil painting


The Presentation at the Temple (mk05)
Painting ID::  19991
Gentile da Fabriano
The Presentation at the Temple (mk05)
Wood 10 1/2 x 26''(26.5 x 66 cm)From the predella of the altarpiece in the Strozzi Chapel at the Church of Santa Trinita in Florence entered the Louvre in 1812

   
   
     

Gentile da Fabriano A Mriacle of St Nicholas (mk080 oil painting


A Mriacle of St Nicholas (mk080
Painting ID::  21173
Gentile da Fabriano
A Mriacle of St Nicholas (mk080
1425 Tempera on wood 35x36cm Washington,National Gallery of Art

   
   
     

Gentile da Fabriano St Nicholas and the Three Gold Balls (mk08) oil painting


St Nicholas and the Three Gold Balls (mk08)
Painting ID::  21174
Gentile da Fabriano
St Nicholas and the Three Gold Balls (mk08)
1425 Tempera on wood 36x36cm Rome,Musei Vaticani Pinacoteca Vatiocana

   
   
     

Gentile da Fabriano Adoration of the Magi (mk08) oil painting


Adoration of the Magi (mk08)
Painting ID::  21175
Gentile da Fabriano
Adoration of the Magi (mk08)
1423 Tempera on wood. 303x282cm Florence,Galleria degli Uffizi

   
   
     

Gentile da Fabriano The Adoration of the Magi oil painting


The Adoration of the Magi
Painting ID::  28909
Gentile da Fabriano
The Adoration of the Magi
mk65 Tempera on panel, 68 1/8x86 5/8in Uffizi,

   
   
     

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     Gentile da Fabriano
     Fabriano ca 1370-Rome 1427 Italian painter, one of the outstanding exponents of the elegant international Gothic style. In 1409 he worked in the Doge's Palace, Venice, painting historical frescoes that subsequently perished. In 1422 he was in Florence where he created his most celebrated painting, the resplendent Strozzi altarpiece (Uffizi). Gentile painted in the spirit and the manner of the older school, with glowing color and lavish use of gilt, thereby achieving a jewellike, courtly style. By 1425 he had responded to the new Florentine realism. His refined forms yielded to a sturdier rendering of figures in the Quaratesi altarpiece (panels are now in the Uffizi; Vatican; National Gall., London; and National Gall. of Art, Washington, D.C.). From 1425 until his death he worked in Siena, Orvieto, and Rome. Gentile died in Rome before the completion of the frescoes of St. John the Baptist in the Lateran Basilica.

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     | Peeter Danckers de Rij | John Arsenius | Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller |


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