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Stefano di Giovanni di Consolo

(b Siena or Cortona, c. 1400; d Siena, 1 April 1450). Italian painter and illuminator, sienese school. He was the most original painter in Siena in the 15th century. Working within the Sienese tradition, he introduced elements derived from the decorative Gothic style and the realism of such contemporary Florentine innovators as Masaccio. Most of his surviving works are panel pictures, notably those from the altarpiece painted for S Francesco, Borgo San Sepolcro.



Maria mit dem Kind, von zwei Engeln gekront



The Ecstasy of St Francis

Villa i Tatti, Settignano





St Anthony the Hermit Tortured by the Devils

Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena

The Journey of the Magi

c. 1435
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Virgin and Child Adored by Six Angels

Musee du Louvre, Paris

The Agony in the Garden

The Procession to Calvary



The Betrayal of Christ

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