Giotto di Bondone: Crucifixion
The Crucifixion, about 1330.
Dimensions 136 ? 118 cm (53.5 ? 46.4 in)
Date de creation/fabrication : XIVe siecle (1300 - 1400)
Giotto di Bondone, Atelier de
Italie Campanie Naples, Ecole de
Tableau peut-etre concu par Giotto et execute au sein de son atelier durant son sejour a Naples (1328-1332).
Attribue aussi au Maitre de Giovanni Barrile (Vers 1340-1350)
This artwork is a painting from the middle ages period. It belongs to the italian school style.
« La crucifixion » is kept at Musee du Louvre, Paris, France.
Giotto di Bondone, Crucifixion
Crucifixion probablement concu par Giotto di Bondone (1267-1337) et realise au sein de son atelier, ca 1330
Crucifixion probably designed by Giotto and painted in his studio
In 1328 the altarpiece of the Baroncelli Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence, was completed. Previously ascribed to Giotto, it is now believed to be mostly a work by assistants, including Taddeo Gaddi, who later frescoed the chapel. The next year, Giotto was called by King Robert of Anjou to Naples where he remained with a group of pupils until 1333. Few of Giotto's Neapolitan works have survived: a fragment of a fresco portraying the Lamentation of Christ in the church of Santa Chiara and the Illustrious Men that is painted on the windows of the Santa Barbara Chapel of Castel Nuovo, which are usually attributed to his pupils.