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Artist Anonymous, Italian School, Umbrian, active 14th century.
Title Madonna in Majesty with Angels Flanked by Saints Francis and Clara (fragment of head of Saint Francis).
Date 14th century.
Description Graphic reproduction(s) with documentation of a painting.
Dimensions/Medium 29 x 27 in.
73.5 x 67.5 cm.


Location Call Number Vol./Copy Status Information
 Frick Photoarchive Items  Umbrian School (14th century) 708-1 b    NON-REQUESTABLE
Provenance (a) Cappella di Piazza, Assisi, Italy, fragment of a larger fresco composition which was originally on the outside wall;
(c) Chiesa della Carità, Assisi, Italy, on the façade;
(f) Palazzo delle Poste, Assisi, Italy;
(a,c,f,i) Museo e Pinacoteca Comunale, Assisi, Italy, (a) 16, (c) 3, (f,i) 15.
Current repository Museo e Pinacoteca Comunale, Assisi, Italy, public.
Attribution history (f,g) Italian School, Umbrian - 1st quarter 14th c., (g) by Frick Art Reference Library, October 1987. F.M. Perkins stated that Schmarsow, Gosche, Venturi and other the fresco attributed wrongly to Simone Martini himself, (f) by F. Todini and B. Zanardi, 1980. Listed as attributed to this artist and the Master Espressionista di Santa Chiara, who is now identified as Palmerino di Guido; (b) Follower of Simone Martini by van Marle, 1925.
Subject (b) In the original composition another saint possibly S. Clara, balanced S. Francis on the left; (e) Madonna and Angels; (g) this fragment in the right center of the fresco Madonna del Popolo once on the façade of the Palazzo delle Poste.
Images Photograph, Sansoni 6144A Frick Art Reference Library, New York (FARL) negative
Digital image, 12222.tif photograph March 6, 1999
Digital image, 6144a_POST.tif negative
Digital image, 6144a_POST.tif negative
Sources (a) F. Mason Perkins, Rassegna d'Arte, 1909, pp.41 to 42.
(b) van Marle, Italian Schools of Painting, vol.v, 1925, pp.65 and 66, no.2.
(c) Frick Art Reference Library, Assisi, 1923.
(d) F. Mason Perkins, notes on Frick Art Reference Library, Burton photograph, 1927.
(e) F. Mason Perkins, notes on Frick Art Reference Library, Sansoni-Nesti photograph, 1926.
(f) Dipinti, F. Todini and B. Zanardi, Pinacoteca Comunale, Assisi, Italy, 1980, pp.50 to 52, figs.14 and 15.
(g) Frick Art Reference Library, October 1987.
(h) Frick Art Reference Library, Authority File of Artists.
(i) Frick Art Reference Library, Authority File of Public Collections.
(j) Venturi, Storia dell'Arte Italiana, vol.v, 1907, p.613.
(k) Bernath, Zeitschrift für Bildende Künst, vol.xlv, 1910, p.120.
(l) van Marle, Italian Schools of Painting, vol.ii, 1924, p.248.
(m) Touring Club Italia, Italia Centrale, vol.ii, 1929, p.419.
(n) F. Mason Perkins, La Diana, vol.v, 1930, pp.245 to 246, fig.4.
LC subject Anonymous, Italian School, Umbrian, active 14th century.
Art, Italian.
Other subject Saints and angels: Single figures: Male.
Form Italian School.
Paintings (visual works)
Reproductions.
Related corporate bodies Museo e Pinacoteca Comunale.
Frick Art Reference Library.
Frick artist name form Umbrian School (14th century), 14th C.
Variant attribution Simone Martini.
Simone Martini, manner of.
Simone Martini, follower of.
Palmerino di Guido, attributed to.
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