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Sienese School Collection

The Sienese School, a prominent artistic movement in the 14th and 15th centuries, left an indelible mark on the world of art

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Meeting of Saint Anthony and Saint Paul, c1430-1435. Artist: Sano di Pietro

The Meeting of Saint Anthony and Saint Paul, c1430-1435. Artist: Sano di Pietro
The Meeting of Saint Anthony and Saint Paul, c1430-1435. The painting is part of the Kress Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Crucifixion, c.1447. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo

The Crucifixion, c.1447. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo
The Crucifixion, c.1447. Other Title(s): The Crucifixion with Mary, John, Mary Magdalene, St Longinus and the Converted Centurion

Background imageSienese School Collection: Madonna of Humility, c.1353. Creator: Bartolommeo Bulgarini

Madonna of Humility, c.1353. Creator: Bartolommeo Bulgarini
Madonna of Humility, c.1353

Background imageSienese School Collection: Virgin and Child, c.1300. Creator: Master of the Badia a Isola Maesta

Virgin and Child, c.1300. Creator: Master of the Badia a Isola Maesta
Virgin and Child, c.1300. Other Title(s): Madonna and Child

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Creation of the World and the Expulsion from Paradise, 1445. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo

The Creation of the World and the Expulsion from Paradise, 1445. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo
The Creation of the World and the Expulsion from Paradise, 1445

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Adoration of the Magi, ca. 1460. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo

The Adoration of the Magi, ca. 1460. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo
The Adoration of the Magi, ca. 1460

Background imageSienese School Collection: Portrait of Ambrogio Lorenzetti or Ambruogio Laurati, Italian painter of the Sienese school

Portrait of Ambrogio Lorenzetti or Ambruogio Laurati, Italian painter of the Sienese school, circa 1290-1348
6338788 Portrait of Ambrogio Lorenzetti or Ambruogio Laurati, Italian painter of the Sienese school, circa 1290-1348 by Italian School

Background imageSienese School Collection: Virgin Annunciate, right hand panel of diptych, 1340-44 (tempera on panel)

Virgin Annunciate, right hand panel of diptych, 1340-44 (tempera on panel)
MEL48918 Virgin Annunciate, right hand panel of diptych, 1340-44 (tempera on panel) by Martini, Simone (1284-1344); 30x21.5 cm; State Hermitage Museum, St

Background imageSienese School Collection: Cupid in a Landscape, c. 1510

Cupid in a Landscape, c. 1510
BOO70990 Cupid in a Landscape, c.1510 by Sodoma, Giovanni Antonio Bazzi (1477-1549); 68x129 cm; State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageSienese School Collection: Virgin and Child, c. 1400 (tempera with gold on panel)

Virgin and Child, c. 1400 (tempera with gold on panel)
FIT57604 Virgin and Child, c.1400 (tempera with gold on panel) by Vanni, Andrea (c.1332-c.1414); 94.9x52.7 cm; Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK; eFitzwilliam Museum; Italian

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Crucifixion, c. 1340 (fresco)

The Crucifixion, c. 1340 (fresco)
885846 The Crucifixion, c.1340 (fresco) by Memmi, Lippo (fl.1317-47); Collegiata di Santa Maria Assunta, San Gimignano, Italy; (add.info)

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Ascension of Christ, 1355-60 (tempera on panel)

The Ascension of Christ, 1355-60 (tempera on panel)
BOO73010 The Ascension of Christ, 1355-60 (tempera on panel) by Vanni, Andrea (c.1332-c.1414); 68x28 cm; State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Holy Women (three Maries) and the Angel in front of the Empty Sepulchre

The Holy Women (three Maries) and the Angel in front of the Empty Sepulchre
LRI4690190 The Holy Women (three Maries) and the Angel in front of the Empty Sepulchre, 14th century (fresco) by Sienese School, (14th century); Monastero di San Benedetto (Santuario Sacro Spero)

Background imageSienese School Collection: Virgin and Child between St. Jerome and St. Peter, c. 1500 (tempera with gold on panel)

Virgin and Child between St. Jerome and St. Peter, c. 1500 (tempera with gold on panel)
833697 Virgin and Child between St. Jerome and St. Peter, c.1500 (tempera with gold on panel) by Andrea di Niccol di Giacomo (c.1440-c.1525); 53x41 cm; Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

Background imageSienese School Collection: St Victor, painting by Il Sodoma in the Palazzo Comunale, Siena, Italy (colour photo)

St Victor, painting by Il Sodoma in the Palazzo Comunale, Siena, Italy (colour photo)
5232708 St Victor, painting by Il Sodoma in the Palazzo Comunale, Siena, Italy (colour photo) by Sodoma, Giovanni Antonio Bazzi (1477-1549) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: St Victor)

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Miraculous Communion of Saint Catherine of Siena. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo

The Miraculous Communion of Saint Catherine of Siena. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo
The Miraculous Communion of Saint Catherine of Siena

Background imageSienese School Collection: Paradise, 1445. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo

Paradise, 1445. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo
Paradise, 1445

Background imageSienese School Collection: Saint John the Evangelist Raises Drusiana, ca. 1460. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo

Saint John the Evangelist Raises Drusiana, ca. 1460. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo
Saint John the Evangelist Raises Drusiana, ca. 1460

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Presentation of Christ in the Temple, ca. 1435. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo

The Presentation of Christ in the Temple, ca. 1435. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo
The Presentation of Christ in the Temple, ca. 1435

Background imageSienese School Collection: Saint Catherine of Siena Exchanging Her Heart with Christ. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo

Saint Catherine of Siena Exchanging Her Heart with Christ. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo
Saint Catherine of Siena Exchanging Her Heart with Christ

Background imageSienese School Collection: Saint Catherine of Siena Beseeching Christ to Resuscitate Her Mother, ca. 1447-65

Saint Catherine of Siena Beseeching Christ to Resuscitate Her Mother, ca. 1447-65

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine of Siena. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo

The Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine of Siena. Creator: Giovanni di Paolo
The Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine of Siena

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Calling of the Apostles Peter and Andrew, 1308-1311. Artist: Duccio di Buoninsegna

The Calling of the Apostles Peter and Andrew, 1308-1311. Artist: Duccio di Buoninsegna
The Calling of the Apostles Peter and Andrew, 1308-1311. The painting is part of the Kress Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Background imageSienese School Collection: Miracles: the legend of the Wolf of Gubbio, c1437-1444 (1956)

Miracles: the legend of the Wolf of Gubbio, c1437-1444 (1956). According to legend, a wolf terrorised the Italian city of Gubbio until it was tamed by St Francis of Assisi

Background imageSienese School Collection: Portative organ and kettledrums, c1474 (1956)

Portative organ and kettledrums, c1474 (1956). Detail from Assumption of the Virgin by Matteo di Giovanni. A print from Things, a volume about the origin and early history of many things

Background imageSienese School Collection: Virgin Annunciate, c1410. Artist: Andrea di Bartolo

Virgin Annunciate, c1410. Artist: Andrea di Bartolo
Virgin Annunciate, c1410. Found in the collection of the State A Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageSienese School Collection: Madonna and Child with Saints Catherine and Christopher, 15th century. Artist: Matteo di Giovanni

Madonna and Child with Saints Catherine and Christopher, 15th century. Artist: Matteo di Giovanni
Madonna and Child with Saints Catherine and Christopher, 15th century. Found in the collection of the State A Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageSienese School Collection: The Baptism of Christ, after 1486. Artist: Guidoccio Cozzarelli

The Baptism of Christ, after 1486. Artist: Guidoccio Cozzarelli
The Baptism of Christ, after 1486. Found in the collection of the State A Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageSienese School Collection: Calvary, 14th century. Artist: Bartolommeo Bulgarini

Calvary, 14th century. Artist: Bartolommeo Bulgarini
Calvary, 14th century. Lorenzetti, Ugolino (ca. 1300/10-1378). Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Background imageSienese School Collection: Tuscany Siena Asciano S. Francesco Italy italian country

Tuscany Siena Asciano S. Francesco Italy italian country
Tuscany Siena Asciano S. Francesco, this is my Italy, the italian country of visual history, Romanesque-Gothic church and cloister dating from 13th-14th centuries

Background imageSienese School Collection: Lazio Roma Rome Subiaco Sacro Speco Italy italian country

Lazio Roma Rome Subiaco Sacro Speco Italy italian country
Lazio Roma Subiaco Sacro Speco, this is my Italy, the italian country of visual history, Exterior views Medieval core collection. Interior views of monument, with extensive coverage of 14th c



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The Sienese School, a prominent artistic movement in the 14th and 15th centuries, left an indelible mark on the world of art. With its distinctive style and religious themes, it captivated audiences with its emotional depth and intricate details. One of the masterpieces that emerged from this school is "The Creation of the World and the Expulsion from Paradise" by Giovanni di Paolo. Painted in 1445, it depicts Adam and Eve's banishment from Eden with vivid colors and meticulous brushwork. The artist's attention to detail transports viewers into this biblical narrative. Another notable work is "The Adoration of the Magi, " also by Giovanni di Paolo. Created around 1460, it showcases his ability to capture human emotions through expressive faces and gestures. The scene exudes reverence as the three wise men pay homage to baby Jesus. In contrast to these religious narratives, we have Duccio's "Funeral of Mary. " This piece forms part of his Maesta altarpiece housed in Siena Cathedral. It portrays a somber moment as mourners bid farewell to Mary, emphasizing her significance within Christian iconography. Moving away from religious subjects momentarily, we encounter Ambrogio Lorenzetti or Ambruogio Laurati's portrait. Dating back to circa 1290-1348, this painting provides insight into one of the key figures behind the development of Sienese art during its early stages. Duccio di Buoninsegna's "Madonna with Child and six Angels" exemplifies his mastery over tempera technique between 1300-1305. The tender depiction captures both maternal love and divine grace emanating from Madonna’s presence. Matteo di Giovanni brings us closer to everyday life with his artwork titled "Madonna of the Belt. " Created around ca 1430-1495, it presents a motherly figure surrounded by angels, offering solace and protection to those who seek her intercession.