The Belludi Chapel: Scenes from the lives of St. Peter and St. James; Christ Pantocrator; The Virgin Enthroned; Franciscan Saints
Giusto de' Menabuoi
Fresco - 1382
In 1382 Giusto de' Menabuoi, after having completed the decoration of the Baptistery of Padua, painted the chapel of the Conti family, dedicated to the Blessed Luca Belludi, St. Anthony's companion. The interior, with a single hall with a groin vault (i.e. the result of two barrel vaults crossing) and a three-sided apse, is divided into two areas: the space for the devoted, with the stories of Saint Philip on the left side and of Saint James on the right, and the space of the apse, dedicated to transcendence and intercession
Giusto de' Menabuoi, Crucifixion of St Philip in Asia Minor. Padova, Basilica di Sant?Antonio, Belludi Chapel.
Crucifixion of St Philip, by Giusto Padovano Giusto de Menabuoi, 1370, 14th Century, fresco. Italy, Veneto, Padua, SantAntonio di Padova Basilica, Blessed Luca Belludi Chapel. Detail. Wall decoration crucifixion of St Philip mountains city group.
Padua Baptistery 1376 or mid-1370s frescoes: Giusto de' Menabuoi (c. 1320–1391)