This study presents a series of mid-fourteenth century paint- ings similar in style to works found in both Catalonia and the Marches, illustrating the substantial coherence between those two separate areas of the Mediterranean. This had already been intuited by Miklós Boskovits, who associated all these paintings with the Catalan painter Ferrer Bassa, the presumed author of the frescoes in the chapel of Saint Michael in the Monastery of Pedralbes. In fact the cycle was not painted by Bassa but by an Italian artist trained in the Siena-Avignon tradition, active in Barcelona during the same years as the Tuscan painter Francesco di Vannuccio, who after his Iberian activity returned to Italy to work in the Marches.

Nuove opere e un percorso catalano-marchigiano per un comprimario del Trecento

Jose luis patarroyo vega
2021-01-01

Abstract

This study presents a series of mid-fourteenth century paint- ings similar in style to works found in both Catalonia and the Marches, illustrating the substantial coherence between those two separate areas of the Mediterranean. This had already been intuited by Miklós Boskovits, who associated all these paintings with the Catalan painter Ferrer Bassa, the presumed author of the frescoes in the chapel of Saint Michael in the Monastery of Pedralbes. In fact the cycle was not painted by Bassa but by an Italian artist trained in the Siena-Avignon tradition, active in Barcelona during the same years as the Tuscan painter Francesco di Vannuccio, who after his Iberian activity returned to Italy to work in the Marches.
Settore L-ART/01 - Storia dell'Arte Medievale
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