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Artist Anonymous, Italian School, Tuscan, active 14th century, attributed to.
Title Crucifix with Angel, Skull, Virgin and S. John (Franciscan).
Date 14th Century.
Description Graphic reproduction(s) with documentation of a painting.
Dimensions/Medium 144 x 84 in.

Location Call Number Vol./Copy Status Information
 Frick Photoarchive Items  Tuscan School (14th century) 703-24i    NON-REQUESTABLE
Provenance (a) Left aisle, S. Grisogono (formerly Sant'Antonio Abate), Zara, Dalmatia, Croatia.
Current repository S. Grisogono, Zara, Dalmatia, Croatia, public.
Attribution history (a,b) Anonymous - 14th c., (a) by Touring Club Italia, 1934, (b) by A. Venturi, 1907; (c) Anonymous - 4th quarter 14th c. by A. Venturi, 1924. Here we find some Italian one might almost say Florentine elements intermingling with those of Greek origin ... The Byzantine influence is especially evident in the schematic manner of execution; (d) Anonymous - 1st quarter 15th c. by van Marle, January 1926; (e) Italian School, Tuscan - 14th c. by De Bersa, 1932. Compare with the Crucifix in the cloistered Convento di S. Maria which is erroneously attributed to Bartolo di Fredi. Similar crosses are in the Dominican church of Ragusa and in the Duomo of Tra. By a local artist.
Images Photograph, Alinari, Florence 40587 Purchase Alinari, Florence
Digital image, GAS11897.tif (image) March 6, 1999
Sources (a) Touring Club Italia, Venezia Giulia e Dalmazia, 1934, p.126.
(b) A. Venturi, Storia dell'Arte Italiana, vol.v, 1907, p.29.
(c) van Marle, Italian Schools of Painting, vol.iv, 1924, p.94.
(d) de Bersa, Rassegna Marchigiana, vol.iv, January 1926, p.147.
(e) Cecchelli, Zara, 1932 or later, p.155 (see for futher bibliography).
LC subject Anonymous, Italian School, Tuscan, active 14th century.
Art, Italian.
Other subject New Testament: Life of Christ: Crucifixion.
Form Italian School.
Paintings (visual works)
Related corporate bodies S. Grisogono.
Frick Art Reference Library.
Frick artist name form Tuscan School (14th century), 14th C., attributed to.

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