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Giotto

Ascension of Saint John
(circa 1320, fresco, located @ Cappella Peruzzi, Santa Croce, Firenze.)

Badia Polyptych (Polittico di Badia)
(circa 1299-1300, oil on panel, 142 cm × 337 cm (56 in × 133 in), currently @ Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze.)

Crucifixion of Rimini
(Attributed to Giotto di Bondone, circa 1310-1317, tempera on wood, 430 × 303 cm (169.3 × 119.3 in), located @ Tempio malatestiano, Rimini.)

Crucifixion
(circa 1320-1325, tempera on wood, currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts de Strasbourg.)

Dante Alighieri
(Engraving after the fresco by Giotto in Bargello Chapel, Florence.)

Giotto
(Possible self portrait, detail of decoration in the Peruzzi Chapel, Church of Santa Croce, Florence, Italy. This detail has been digitally restored.)

Giotto
(By Giovanni Dupré, 1845, statue on the facade of Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze.)

Giotto's belltower - campanile - in Florence, Italy (Campanile di Giotto a Firenze, Italia)

Last Supper
(circa 1306, currently @ Alte Pinakothek, München.)

Legend of Saint Francis (1.  Homage of a Simple Man)
(Attributed to Giotto, circa 1297-1299, fresco, located in the Upper Church @ Basilica di San Francesco d'Assisi.)

Legend of Saint Francis (2. Saint Francis Giving his Mantle to a Poor Man)

Legend of Saint Francis (3. Dream of the Palace)

Legend of Saint Francis (4. Miracle of the Crucifix)

Legend of Saint Francis (5. Renunciation of Worldly Goods)

Legend of Saint Francis (6. Dream of Innocent III)

Legend of Saint Francis (7. Confirmation of the Rule)

Legend of Saint Francis (8. Vision of the Flaming Chariot)

Legend of Saint Francis (9. Vision of the Thrones)

Legend of Saint Francis (10. Exorcism of the Demons at Arezzo)

Legend of Saint Francis (11. Saint Francis before the Sultan - Trial by Fire)

Legend of Saint Francis (12. Ecstasy of Saint Francis)

Legend of Saint Francis (13. Institution of the Crib at Greccio)

Legend of Saint Francis (14. Miracle of the Spring)

Legend of Saint Francis (15. Sermon to the Birds)

Legend of Saint Francis (16. Death of the Knight of Celano)

Legend of Saint Francis (17. St Francis Preaching before Honorius III)

Legend of Saint Francis (18. Apparition at Arles)

Legend of Saint Francis (19. Stigmatization of Saint Francis)

Legend of Saint Francis (20. Death and Ascension of Saint Francis)

Legend of Saint Francis (21. Apparition to Fra Agostino and to Bishop Guido of Arezzo)

Legend of Saint Francis (22. Verification of the Stigmata)

Legend of Saint Francis (23. Saint Francis Mourned by Saint Clare)

Legend of Saint Francis (24. Canonization of Saint Francis)

Legend of Saint Francis (25. Dream of Saint Gregory)

Legend of Saint Francis (26. The curing of a man from Ilerda)

Legend of Saint Francis (27. Confession of a woman from Benevento come back to life)

Legend of Saint Francis (28. The relief of the heretic Pietro)

Madonna and Child
(circa 1295-1300, tempera on wood, height: 180 cm (70.9 in), width: 90 cm (35.4 in), located @ Chiesa di San Giorgio alla Costa, Firenze.)

Madonna Enthroned (Ognissanti Madonna)
(circa 1306-1310, tempera on panel, 325 cm × 204 cm (128 in × 80 in), currently @ Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze.)

Madonna Enthroned (Ognissanti Madonna) [another view]

Madonna Enthroned (Ognissanti Madonna) [detail]

Madonna Enthroned (Ognissanti Madonna) [detail]

Madonna Enthroned (Ognissanti Madonna) [detail]

Madonna Enthroned (Ognissanti Madonna) [detail]

Madonna Enthroned (Ognissanti Madonna) [detail]

Mourning of Saint Francis
(Located @ Cappella Bardi, Basilica di Santa Croce, Fierenze.)

Navicella
(circa 1305-1313, pen on paper, height: 274 mm (10.79 in), width: 388 mm (15.28 in), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Navicella
[another view, circa 1420, attributed to Parri Spinelli]

Navicella [Angel fragment]

Navicella mosaic
(circa 1305-1313, oil on canvas, height: 740 cm (291.3 in), width: 990 cm (389.8 in, located @ Fabbrica di San Pietro, Roma.)

Navicella mosaic [Tondo with Angel fragement]
(circa 1310, mosaic, located @ S. Pietro Ispano, Boville Ernica, Roma.)

Navicella
(Copy by an unknown artist located in Eglise protestante St-Pierre le Jeune, Strasbourg.)

Navicella [detail of Strasbourg copy]

Navicella [detail of Strasbourg copy]

Plaque on the bridge Cimabue (Vicchio, Italia)

Saint Lawrence
(circa 1320-1325, tempera on wood, height: 81 cm (31.9 in), width: 55 cm (21.7 in), currently @ Abbaye de Chaalis - Musée Jacquemart-André, Fontaine-Chaalis.)

Scrovegni Chapel (Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padova.)

Scrovegni Chapel (Last Judgement)
(circa 1304-1305, fresco, located @ Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padova.)

Scrovegni Chapel (Legend of Saint Joachim, Meeting at the Golden Gate) (fresco)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of Christ, Adoration of the Magi)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of Christ, Christ before Caiaphas)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of Christ: Expulsion of the Money-changers from the Temple) (fresco)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of Christ, Flight into Egypt)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of Christ, Marriage at Cana)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of the Virgin, Birth of the Virgin) (fresco)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of the Virgin: No. 11 Marriage of the Virgin)
(fresco, 200 × 185 cm, 78.7 × 72.8 in.)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of the Virgin, Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of the Virgin, The Rods Brought to the Temple)

Scrovegni Chapel (Life of the Virgin, Wedding Procession of Mary)

Scrovegni Chapel (Massacre of the Innocents)

Scrovegni Chapel (Meeting at the Golden Gate) [detail of attendant figures]

Scrovegni Chapel (No. 31 Scenes from the Life of Christ: 15. The Arrest of Christ - Kiss of Judas)
(circa 1304-1306, fresco, 200 × 185 cm (78.7 × 72.8 in), located @ Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padova.)

Scrovegni Chapel (No. 36 Scenes from the Life of Christ: 20. Lamentation -The Mourning of Christ)
(circa 1304-1306, fresco, 200 × 185 cm (78.7 × 72.8 in), located @ Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padova.)

Stefaneschi Triptych
(circa 1320-1330, front side, tempera on wood, cm 178 x 89 (central panel); cm 168 x 83 c. (side panels); cm 45 c. x 83 c. (each section of the predella), currently @ Musei Vaticani.)

Stefaneschi Triptych
(circa 1320, rear side, tempera on wood, cm 178 x 89 (central panel); cm 168 x 83 c. (side panels); cm 45 c. x 83 c. (each section of the predella), currently @ Pinacoteca Vaticana.)

Stefaneschi Triptych [another view]

Stefaneschi Triptych [another view]

Stefaneschi Triptych [another view]

Stefaneschi Triptych [another view]

Stefaneschi Triptych (Christ Enthroned)

Stefaneschi Triptych (front side, middle panel)

Stefaneschi Triptych (Martyrdom of Saint Paul)

Stefaneschi Triptych (Martyrdom of Saint Peter)

Stefaneschi Triptych (Martyrdom of Saint Peter) [another view]

Stefaneschi Triptych (Mongol horseman in the Crucifixion of Saint Peter) [detail]

Stefaneschi Triptych (recto)

Stefaneschi Triptych (Saint Peter Enthroned)

Stefaneschi Triptych (Saint Peter Enthroned) [detail]

Stefaneschi Triptych (Saint Peter Enthroned) [detail]

Stefaneschi Triptych (verso)

Stone at Vespignano
(Plaque commemorating the birthplace house of Giotto à Vespignano in the hamlet of Vicchio.)


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