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Giovanni da Milano

Accademia Gallery, Florence ‘Foreign' born painter Giovanni da Milano was one of the protagonists of the mid-fourteenth century Florentine and Tuscan art scene. He came to the city in 1346 and worked in a variety of churches, including Ognissanti and Santa Croce, where he completed the frescoes in

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Thu 26 Jun 2008 12:00 AM

Accademia Gallery, Florence

‘Foreign’
born painter Giovanni da Milano was one of the protagonists of the
mid-fourteenth century Florentine and Tuscan art scene. He came to the city in
1346 and worked in a variety of churches, including Ognissanti and Santa Croce,
where he completed the frescoes in the Guidalotti-Rinuccini chapel. His 1365
signed and dated Pietà is permanently housed in the Accademia. The exhibit
traces the artist’s work throughout his life-it is a unique opportunity for the
public to get to know this often overlooked yet enormously important artist.
Along with the Uffizi exhibit, these two shows offer an extraordinary panorama
of late-fourteenth century Florentine painting. For more information, see www.firenze2008.it.

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