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Masaccio Collection

Masaccio, born Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di Mone Casai in 1401, was an Italian artist known for his groundbreaking contributions to the Renaissance art movement

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Peter extracting the coin from the fish, Santa Maria del Carmine, 1428 (fresco)

Peter extracting the coin from the fish, Santa Maria del Carmine, 1428 (fresco)
3598989 Peter extracting the coin from the fish, Santa Maria del Carmine, 1428 (fresco) by Masaccio, Tommaso (1401-28); (add.info.: by Tommaso Masaccio); Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Profile Portrait of a Young Man, c1425. Artist: Masaccio Tommaso

Profile Portrait of a Young Man, c1425. Artist: Masaccio Tommaso
Profile Portrait of a Young Man, c1425. The painting is part of the collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Detail of the Head of a Man, Brancacci Chapel, 1428 (fresco)

Detail of the Head of a Man, Brancacci Chapel, 1428 (fresco)
3598996 Detail of the Head of a Man, Brancacci Chapel, 1428 (fresco) by Masaccio, T. (1401-28) & Masolino, T. (1383-1447); (add.info.: by Tommaso Masaccio); Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Detail of a Skeleton, base of The Trinity, Basilica Santa Maria Novella, 1425 (fresco)

Detail of a Skeleton, base of The Trinity, Basilica Santa Maria Novella, 1425 (fresco)
3598985 Detail of a Skeleton, base of The Trinity, Basilica Santa Maria Novella, 1425 (fresco) by Masaccio, Tommaso (1401-28); (add.info.: by Tommaso Masaccio); Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Head of a Woman, Brancacci Chapel, 1428 (fresco)

Head of a Woman, Brancacci Chapel, 1428 (fresco)
3598997 Head of a Woman, Brancacci Chapel, 1428 (fresco) by Masaccio, T. (1401-28) & Masolino, T. (1383-1447); (add.info.: by Tommaso Masaccio); Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageMasaccio Collection: The Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine (fresco)

The Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine (fresco)
3598990 The Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine (fresco) by Masaccio, Tommaso (1401-28); (add.info.: Frescoes by Tommaso Masaccio, Masolino and Filippino Lippi); Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageMasaccio Collection: San Giovenale Altarpiece, 1422 (tempera on panel)

San Giovenale Altarpiece, 1422 (tempera on panel)
3598983 San Giovenale Altarpiece, 1422 (tempera on panel) by Masaccio, Tommaso (1401-28); (add.info.: by Tommaso Masaccio); Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Mountain Scene, Brancacci Chapel, 1428 (fresco)

Mountain Scene, Brancacci Chapel, 1428 (fresco)
3598992 Mountain Scene, Brancacci Chapel, 1428 (fresco) by Masaccio, Tommaso (1401-28); (add.info.: by Tommaso Masaccio); Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Madonna and Child, detail from the San Giovenale Triptych, 1422 (tempera on panel)

Madonna and Child, detail from the San Giovenale Triptych, 1422 (tempera on panel)
3598981 Madonna and Child, detail from the San Giovenale Triptych, 1422 (tempera on panel) by Masaccio, Tommaso (1401-28); (add.info.: by Tommaso Masaccio); Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Madonna and Child, 1426 circa, (tempera on wood)

Madonna and Child, 1426 circa, (tempera on wood)
7146265 Madonna and Child, 1426 circa, (tempera on wood) by Masaccio, Tommaso (1401-28); Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Tuscany, Italy; (add.info.: Madonna and Child, Masaccio, 1426 circa)

Background imageMasaccio Collection: St Peter and St Paul fresco by Masaccio, Florence, Italy

St Peter and St Paul fresco by Masaccio, Florence, Italy
St Peter and St Paul restoring the Dead Youth to life, line engraving after the fresco by Tommaso Masaccio (1401-1428) in the Carmine Chapel, Florence, Italy. Date: 15th century

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Tommaso Masaccio with figure of St Paul

Tommaso Masaccio with figure of St Paul
Tommaso Masaccio (1401 - 1428), Italian artist, with figure of St Paul in the Carmine Chapel, Florence. Date: 15th century

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Masaccio, painted by himself, lately added to the National Gallery (engraving)

Masaccio, painted by himself, lately added to the National Gallery (engraving)
1098516 Masaccio, painted by himself, lately added to the National Gallery (engraving) by Masaccio, Tommaso (1401-28); Private Collection; (add.info.: Masaccio, painted by himself)

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Masaccio (engraving)

Masaccio (engraving)
815609 Masaccio (engraving) by Italian School, (17th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Masaccio. 21 December 1401 - autumn 1428. Born Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di Simone)

Background imageMasaccio Collection: The human figure in the visual arts (engraving)

The human figure in the visual arts (engraving)
5216892 The human figure in the visual arts (engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The human figure in the visual arts)

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Masaccio (engraving)

Masaccio (engraving)
815643 Masaccio (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Masaccio. 1401 - 1428. Italian painter of the Renaissance.); Look and Learn / Elgar Collection

Background imageMasaccio Collection: The Madonna of Humility, c. 1423 / 1424. Creator: Masaccio Tommaso

The Madonna of Humility, c. 1423 / 1424. Creator: Masaccio Tommaso
The Madonna of Humility, c. 1423/1424

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Profile portrait of a Young Man by Masaccio

Profile portrait of a Young Man by Masaccio (1401-c.1427) - painted on a wood panel Date: circa 1425

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Masaccio, ca 1568

Masaccio, ca 1568
Masaccio. From: Giorgio Vasari, The Lives of the Most Excellent Italian Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, ca 1568. Private Collection

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Death of Masaccio, c. 1817

Death of Masaccio, c. 1817. Found in the collection of State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Background imageMasaccio Collection: The Tribute Money, 1425. Artist: Masaccio Tommaso

The Tribute Money, 1425. Artist: Masaccio Tommaso
The Tribute Money, 1425. In an attempt to entrap Jesus, the Pharisees sent men to ask if it was right for Jews to pay taxes to the Romans

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Adam and Eve banished from Paradise, (detail, pre-restoration), c1427. Artist: Masaccio Tommaso

Adam and Eve banished from Paradise, (detail, pre-restoration), c1427. Artist: Masaccio Tommaso
Adam and Eve banished from Paradise, (detail, pre-restoration), c1427. Found in the Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence, Italy

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Saint Andrew Masaccio Tommaso di Giovanni Guidi

Saint Andrew Masaccio Tommaso di Giovanni Guidi
Saint Andrew; Masaccio (Tommaso di Giovanni Guidi) (Italian (Florentine), 1401 - 1428); 1426; Tempera and gold leaf on panel; 52.4 × 32.1 cm (20 5, 8 × 12 5, 8 in.)

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Masaccio, Born Tommaso Di Ser Giovanni Di Simone, 1401 1428. Artist Of The Quattrocento Period Of

Masaccio, Born Tommaso Di Ser Giovanni Di Simone, 1401 1428. Artist Of The Quattrocento Period Of The Italian Renaissance. From Histoire Des Peintres, ECole Florentine, Published 1876

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Expulsion from Eden, painted (c. 1425) by Masaccio, Florence, Italy

Expulsion from Eden, painted (c. 1425) by Masaccio, Florence, Italy
The Expulsion Of Adam and Eve from Eden. Wood engraving engraving after a detail from the Fresco cycle (c. 1425) by Masaccio (Italian painter, 1401 - 1428) in the Brancacci Chapel

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MASACCIO

MASACCIO
TOMMASO GUIDO, IL MASACCIO Italian artist Date: 1401 - 1428

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Masaccio / Tommaso Guidi

Masaccio / Tommaso Guidi
TOMMASO DI GIOVANNI DI SIMONE GUIDI known as MASACCIO Italian painter of the Florentine school

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Renaissance. Masaccio (1401-1428). The Madonna and Child wit

Renaissance. Masaccio (1401-1428). The Madonna and Child wit
Renaissance. Quattrocento. Masaccio (1401-1428). The Madonna and Child with St. Anne (Sant Anna Metterza), Probably in collaboration with Masolino da Panicale, 1424. The Uffizi Gallery

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Masaccio (1401-1428). Resurrection of the Son of Theophilus

Masaccio (1401-1428). Resurrection of the Son of Theophilus
Masaccio (1401-1428). Painter of the Quattrocento period of the Italian Renaissance. Resurrection of the Son of Theophilus. 1425. Fresco in the Brancacci Chapel in Santa Maria del Camine, Florence

Background imageMasaccio Collection: Virgin Child Enthroned Saint Anthony Abbot Peter

Virgin Child Enthroned Saint Anthony Abbot Peter
Artokoloro

Background imageMasaccio Collection: The Death of Masaccio, c. 1817 (oil on canvas)

The Death of Masaccio, c. 1817 (oil on canvas)
BAL2637629 The Death of Masaccio, c.1817 (oil on canvas) by Couder, Louis Charles Auguste (1790-1873); 45x38 cm; (add.info.: Masaccio (December 21, 1401 a summer 1428)

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MASACCIO: CRUCIFIXION. Crucifixion. Wood by Masaccio, c1426

MASACCIO: CRUCIFIXION. Crucifixion. Wood by Masaccio, c1426

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MASACCIO: CRUCIFIXION. Crucifixion, detail. Wood by Masaccio, c1426

MASACCIO: CRUCIFIXION. Crucifixion, detail. Wood by Masaccio, c1426

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MADONNA AND CHILD. Panel, c1426, by Masaccio

MADONNA AND CHILD. Panel, c1426, by Masaccio

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MASOLINO DA PANICALE, Tommaso di Cristoforo Fini

MASOLINO DA PANICALE, Tommaso di Cristoforo Fini, called (1383-1447); MASACCIO, Tomaso di Ser Giovanni di Mone Casai, called (1401-1428). Brancacci Chapel. 1426-1482. ITALY. Florence

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MASACCIO, Tomaso di Ser Giovanni di Mone Casai

MASACCIO, Tomaso di Ser Giovanni di Mone Casai, called (1401-1428). Brancacci Chapel. Saint Peter Healing the Sick with his Shadow. c. 1427. ITALY. Florence. Church of Santa Maria del Carmine

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MASACCIO (1401-1428). N

MASACCIO (1401-1428). N

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MASACCIO: ADORATION, 1426. The Adoration of the Magi. Wood by Masaccio, 1426

MASACCIO: ADORATION, 1426. The Adoration of the Magi. Wood by Masaccio, 1426

Background imageMasaccio Collection: SAINT JOHN. Detail of St. John from Tribute Money. Fresco by Masaccio, c1425

SAINT JOHN. Detail of St. John from Tribute Money. Fresco by Masaccio, c1425

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MASACCIO: VIRGIN & CHILD. Panel by Masaccio, c1426

MASACCIO: VIRGIN & CHILD. Panel by Masaccio, c1426

Background imageMasaccio Collection: ST. ANNE, MADONNA & CHILD. Masaccio. Wood, 1420

ST. ANNE, MADONNA & CHILD. Masaccio. Wood, 1420

Background imageMasaccio Collection: MASACCIO: EXPULSION, c1425. Detail, Expulsion from Paradise. Fresco, c1425, by Masaccio

MASACCIO: EXPULSION, c1425. Detail, Expulsion from Paradise. Fresco, c1425, by Masaccio



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Masaccio, born Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di Mone Casai in 1401, was an Italian artist known for his groundbreaking contributions to the Renaissance art movement. His works showcased a remarkable level of realism and depth that revolutionized the art world during his short life. One of Masaccio's notable pieces is the "Profile Portrait of a Young Man, " created around 1425. This painting captures the essence of youth and innocence through its meticulous attention to detail. The subject's gaze seems to penetrate one's soul, leaving a lasting impression on anyone who beholds it. Another masterpiece by the fresco titled "Expulsion" from Brancacci Chapel. Painted in 1425, this artwork depicts Adam and Eve being banished from Eden after succumbing to temptation. The raw emotions portrayed by Masaccio make this scene come alive, emphasizing humanity's fallibility and vulnerability. In his "Madonna and Child" piece from circa 1426, Masaccio showcases his mastery of tempera on wood technique. The tender bond between mother and child radiates warmth as Mary cradles baby Jesus with love and devotion. "The Tribute Money, " another renowned work by Masaccio, demonstrates his ability to capture narrative storytelling within a single frame. This fresco portrays Christ instructing Peter to find money inside a fish's mouth for tax payment—an event symbolizing faith and divine providence. It also painted St Peter and St Paul frescoes in Florence's Church of Santa Maria del Carmine at Brancacci Chapel. These murals showcase intricate details such as men dressed in medieval attire or scenes depicting miracles like "The Raising of the Son of Theophilus. " Despite dying at just twenty-seven years old, Masaccio left an indelible mark on art history with his innovative techniques that paved the way for future generations of artists.