Art History II, Part I, 2

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    • Compare to Nicola Pisano's Pulpit (Daniel)
    • Creator: Giovanni Pisano
    • Title: Madonna and Child, known as the Madonna della Cintola (Madonna of the Girdle)
    • Work Type: sculpture
    • Date: after 1312
    • Location: Duomo di Prato
  1. Virgin of Paris, Notre Dame Cathedral, early 1300s

    Giovanni Pisano, Madonna and Child, known as the Madonna della Cintola (Madonna of the Girdle), 1315
    • Creator: Cimabue
    • Title: Madonna of the Holy Trinity (Madonna and Child)
    • Date: circa 1260-1280
    • Material: tempera on panel
    • Measurements: 385 x 223 cm
    • Description: painted for the Church of the Trinity in Florence
    • Repository: Uffizi, Florence
    • Creator: Giotto
    • Title: Ognissanti Madonna
    • Work Type: painting
    • Date: c. 1310
    • Material: tempera on wood
    • Culture: Byzantine
    • Title: Virgin and Child with Two Saints
    • Date: second half of 6th century
    • Material: encaustic on wood
    • Measurements: 69 x 48 cm
    • Repository: St. Catherine Monastery, Mount Sinai, Egypt
    • Title: Ravenna: S. Apollinare Nuovo: Nave Mosaics: Virgin and Child enthroned between angels: det.
    • Work Type: nave mosaic
    • Date: c.556-69 A.D
    • Location: Ravenna (Italy)
    • Description: The lower zone of mosaics along Mary's side of the nave depicts a long procession of twenty-two virgins, led by the Magi, who approach the enthroned Mary and Child flanked by angels
    • Subject: Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint--And Child
    • Subject: Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint--Enthroned
    • Subject: Ravenna (Italy)--S. Apollinare Nuovo
    • Subject: Angels
    • Subject: Byzantine
    • Subject: Mosaics--Italy--6th C. A.D
    • Subject: Naves
    • Creator: Pisano, Giovanni
    • Creator: Gender: male, Italy; Italian,
    • Earliest: 1240, Latest: 1320, Artist Century: 13; 14
    • Title: Cathedral of Our Lady, Siena; Siena Cathedral; Duomo, Siena; oblique view; facade
    • Work Type: cathedral
    • Date: ca. 1229-1382
    • Location: Siena,ITA
    • Style Period; Gothic
    • Repository: Italy
    • Subject: cathedrals; churches; religious
    • buildings; ; Italy; facades; facades; portals; doors; tympana; archivolts; windows; architectural sculpture
    • Creator: Giotto di Bondone, Florentine
    • Title: Arena (Scrovegni) Chapel, Padua: fresco cycle (comprehensive view East
    • toward Tribuna)
    • Date: ca. 1303-1306
    • Location: Capelle Scrovegni, Padua
    • Material: fresco
    • Creator: Giotto
    • Title: Annunciation of Saint Anne
    • Work Type: fresco
    • Date: c. 1305
    • Location: Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arena
    • (Padua, Italy)
    • Creator: Giotto, 1266?-1337
    • Title: Arena Chapel: South wall: det.: Joachim joins the Shepherds
    • Title: Capella degli Scrovegni
    • Subject: Painting--Italy--14th C. A.D
    • Creator: Cimabue
    • Title: Painted Crucifix
    • Date: c.1274
    • Subject: Jesus Christ
    • Subject: Jesus Christ--Crucifixion
    • Subject: Crosses
    • Subject: Painting--Italy--13th C. A.D
    • Creator: Giotto di Bondone
    • Creator: Gender: Male, Italian, Earliest: 1266 or 1267, Latest: 1337
    • Title: Legend of Saint Francis cycle; Saint Francis Preaching to the Birds
    • Work Type: paintings
    • Date: ca. 1295-1299
    • Location: Original: San Francesco, Upper Church, Original: Assisi, Italy
    • Material: fresco
    • Style Period: Gothic (Medieval)
    • Description: Dates and attribution disputed. 28 scenes of the Legend of St Francis running around the two sides and one end of the Upper Church of S Francesco, Assisi.
    • Creator: Giotto di Bondone
    • Creator: Gender: Male, Italian, Earliest: 1266 or 1267, Latest: 1337
    • Title: Legend of Saint Francis cycle; Saint Francis Praying in the Church of
    • San Damiano
    • Work Type: paintings
    • Date: ca. 1295-1299
    • Location: Original: San Francesco, Upper Church
    • Location: Original: Assisi
    • Location: Original: Italy
    • Material: fresco
    • Measurements: 270 x 230 cm
    • Style Period: Gothic (Medieval)
    • Description: Dates and attribution disputed. 28 scenes of the Legend of St Francis running around the two sides and one end of the Upper Church of St. Francesco, Assisi.
    • Creator: Giotto
    • Title: Socle: Envy
    • Work Type: fresco
    • Date: c. 1305
    • Location: Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arena (Padua, Italy)

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