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Agnolo Gaddi

Agnolo Gaddi
Coronation of the Virgin By Agnolo Gaddi (c.1370)
Born Agnolo di Taddeo Gaddi
c.1350
Florence, Italy
Died October 10, 1396
Florence, Italy
Occupation Painter
Years active 1369–1396
Relatives Taddeo Gaddi (Father)

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 the author of an art treatise, Cennino Cennini.[1]

Paintings

Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects. Gaddi's work includes frescoes in the choir of Santa Croce in Florence as well as:

  • Madonna Enthroned with Saints and Angels (1380/1390), tempera on panel. Triptych, possibly commissioned for a Cistercian monastery.
  • Coronation of the Virgin (c.1370), tempera on panel.[2] This painting is probably the central panel of an altarpiece, possibly from the church of San Giovanni de' Fieri near Pisa.
  • Madonna of Humility with Angels (mid 1390s), tempera on panel
  • Crucifixion (no date), tempera on wood. Part of a polyptych.
  • Histories of the Virgin and the Cintola in Prato Cathedral

References

  1. ^ Cennini, Cennino (1821). Giuseppe Tambroni, ed. (15th-century original)Trattato della Pittura . Rome: Torchi di Paolo Salviucci. pp. iv. 
  2. ^ http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/Collection/art-object-page.344.html

External links

  • Agnolo Gaddi
  • Italian Paintings: Florentine School, a collection catalog containing information about Gaddi and his works (see pages: 46-49).
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