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Giovanni da Milano

capolavori del gotico fra Lombardia e Toscana

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      • Catalog of an exhibition held at the Galleria dellAccademia, Florence, Italy, June 10-Nov. 2, 2008.Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-319).

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        PublishersGiunti
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        LC Classifications2008
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        Paginationxvi, 138 p. :
        Number of Pages40
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Inscriptions, or tituli, placed within paintings, recorded Giovanni da Milano names, often beside those of the artists. A polyptych with Madonna and Saints c. Padua and Verona, touched by the influence of Giotto and by the emergence of strong personalities and active studios, were more inclined Giovanni da Milano Gothic linearism than to Tuscan plasticity. The Birth of the Virgin 1365 Fresco Rinuccini Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence Scenes from the Life of the Virgin 1365 Rinuccini Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence Scenes from the Life of the Giovanni da Milano 1365 Rinuccini Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence Scenes from the Life of the Virgin 1365 Rinuccini Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence Scenes from the Life of the Virgin 1365 Rinuccini Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence Scenes from the Life of Magdalene 1365 Rinuccini Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence Scenes from the Life of Magdalene 1365 Rinuccini Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence Scenes from the Life of Magdalene 1365 Rinuccini Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence Scenes from the Life of Magdalene 1365 Rinuccini Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence Polyptych with Madonna and Saints 1355 Civic Museum, Prato Polyptych with Madonna and Saints 1355 Civic Museum, Prato Polyptych with Madonna and Saints 1355 Giovanni da Milano Museum, Prato Polyptych with Madonna and Saints 1355 Civic Museum, Prato Three Pinnacles from an Altarpiece about 1364-6 St Francis of Assisi c.

During the 14th century, the number of medieval pilgrim trails increased and led to new destinations comparable with the established holy routes to Santiago. Artists, perhaps from Naples, painted frescos in the castle of Esztergom in Hungary: Charles VI commissioned works from Tommaso da Modena for Prague and Karlstein; more than once, painters from the Venetian school took what they had learnt from Giotto and Altichiero active 1369-84 to Austria, as in the Abbey of San Floriano and the Stefansdom in Vienna.

The great exponent of the international Gothic style was Gentile di Fabriano c. 1355the oldest known signed work by Giovanni da Milano, painted for the Spedale della Misericordia• A tax return dated 26 December 1363 declares his ownership of land in Ripoli, Tizzana nr Prato and a house in the parish of S Pier Maggiore, Florence.

Giovanni's art originates in Lombard painting and the artistic milieu of Milan in the 1330s and 1340s, which was influenced by Florentine painters, especially and his successors. which from the end of the 13th century tended towards realistic detail and immediacy of expression, created one of the highest periods of International Gothic. Filippo Rusuti was invited by the king of France to paint at Poitiers and at Saint-Denis in the first decades of the 14th century: a little after 1320.

active 1350-69, Milano, Firenze Biography Italian painter, originally Giovanni di Jacopo di Guido da Caversaccio. The circulation of illuminated books, which had spread artistic innovations in the early Middle Ages, had now been reinforced by the more direct and radical migration of artists themselves.

Giovanni da Milano

The latest extent documentation of Giovanni's career comes in 1369, when he is known to be working in Rome for with and the sons of Taddeo Gaddi. In Italian commercial and religious centres, the ascendancy of Giottesque painting reversed the flow.a collection catalog containing information about da Milano and his works see pages: 33-34.

He is first recorded on 17 October 1346, listed as Johannes Jacobi de Commo among the foreign painters living in Florence. This suggests that he had been active previously not Giovanni da Milano in Tuscany but also in northern Italy. whose major surviving work is the decoration of the Rinuccini chapel in Santa Croce.

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However, they were subject to Bvzantine influences, still pre-eminent in the unique case of Venice. There follows a gap of at least 12 undocumented years until his inscription as Johannes Jacobi Guidonis de Mediolano with the Arte dei Medici e Speziali between 1358 and 1363. Alongside the artist, the figure of the commissioning patron also became more visible.

Apart from this work, which cannot be attributed to him with certainty, and the frescoes of the Rinuccini Chapel, his surviving work consists entirely of altarpieces whose locations were churches and monasteries in Tuscan towns.