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Artist Anonymous, Italian School, active 14th century, attributed to.
Title SS. Anthony Abbot and Marone.
Date 14th century.
Description Graphic reproduction(s) with documentation of a painting.
Dimensions/Medium 33 x 24 3/8 in.

Location Call Number Vol./Copy Status Information
 Frick Photoarchive Items  Sienese School (14th century) 708-3e    NON-REQUESTABLE
Provenance (a,b,d) Chiesa di S. Salvatore, Monte Vidon Combatte, Italy, frazione di Collina, Ascoli Piceno.
Current repository Chiesa di S. Salvatore, Monte Vidon Combatte, Italy, public.
Condition history (c,e) One of the three panels of a dismembered polyptych. The other parts are a Pietà and a panel containing SS. Sebastian and possibly S. Agatha. Restored.
Attribution history (a,d,f) Marino Angeli, (a) by Serra, 1925, (d) by Touring Club Italia, 1937. D'Angelo, (f) by Archivio Fotografico Nazionale. D'Angelo; (b,e) Italian School, Sienese - 2nd half 14th c., by Serra, (b) October 1928, (e) 1929. With question; (c) Attributed to Italian School, Sienese - 2nd half 14th c. by Touring Club Italia, February 1928 to 1929. With question.
Images Photograph, Archivio Fotografico Nazionale, Rome E12616 Purchase, Archivio Fotografico Nazionale, Rome.
Digital image, GAS11556.tif (image) March 6, 1999.
Sources (a) Serra, Rassegna Marchigiana, vol.iii, July to September 1925, p.80.
(b) Serra, Rassegna Marchigiana, vol.vii, October 1928, p.30.
(c) Serra, Rassegna Marchigiana, vol.v, February to March 1928, p.184, figs.5 to 6.
(d) Touring Club Italia, Marche, 1937, p.266 (map following p.272).
(e) Serra, L'Arte nelle Marche, vol.i, 1929, p.307.
(f) Archivio Fotografico Nazionale, p.80.
LC subject Anonymous, Italian School, Sienese, active 14th century.
Art, Italian.
Other subject Saints and angels: Groups.
Form Italian School.
Paintings (visual works)
Other author Angeli, Marino, active 1438-1448.
Related corporate bodies San Salvatore a Collina.
Frick Art Reference Library.
Frick artist name form Sienese School (14th century), 14th C., attributed to.

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