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Find out more. The identification of this Saint is not certain. The palm that he holds indicates that he was martyred but this is a later addition which may have been added to transform him into a representation of Saint Bruno Boniface. The figure may originally have been intended to represent Beato Silvestro who was buried with Beata Paola under the high altar of Santa Maria degli Angeli. He is dressed in the long white habit of the Camaldolese order. The National Gallery has endeavoured to make as many images of the collection as possible available for non-commercial use.

However, an image of this painting is not available to download. This may be due to third party copyright restrictions. If you require a license for commercial use of this image, please use the National Gallery Company's Online Picture Library or contact them using the following:.

They have recently been cleaned by students at the Courtauld Institute. They are first recorded in the collection of the 19th-century collector, William Young Ottley. The presence of three saints of the Camaldolese order reformed Benedictines suggests they may have come from the monastery of Santa Maria degli Angeli in Florence.

They may have been part of the same altarpiece as the pinnacle panel with Noli me tangere on display in the same room. This in turn has been associated with several fragments in American collections which may have formed part of an altarpiece thought to have come from a chapel dedicated to All Saints in Santa Maria degli Angeli, founded by a notary, Ser Francesco di ser Berto degli Albizzi. The di Cione brothers, Andrea, Jacopo and Nardo dominated Florentine painting during the second half of the 14th century.

Also by Jacopo and his workshop in the National Gallery is the gigantic altarpiece from San Pier Maggiore, Florence, painted showing the Coronation of the Virgin , and the Crucifixion.

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Search Entire website. Key facts. About the series. Download unavailable. More paintings by this artist. Saint Bruno Boniface. Why can't I download this image? If you require a license for commercial use of this image, please use the National Gallery Company's Online Picture Library or contact them using the following: Email: picture. The Littleton Pilaster Saints. Beata Paola. Jacopo di Cione and workshop. Saint Luke. Saint Peter Damian. Saint Anthony Abbot.

Saint John the Evangelist. More paintings by Jacopo di Cione. Showing 6 of 19 works. The Crucifixion. Jacopo di Cione. Such images were usually reserved for large wall paintings.

Christ is shown on the Cross between the two thieves who were crucified The saints arranged here neatly in rows are looking towards the central panel of the complex, four-tiered altarpiece that this picture comes from, which shows Christ crowning the Virgin Mary. This scene is mirrored on a panel on the other side of the central image. Together, these three panels to Room The saints arranged neatly in rows look towards the central panel — which shows Christ crowning the Virgin Mary — of the four-tiered altarpiece that this picture comes from.

A panel on the other side of the central image mirrors the scene here. Together, these three panels formed the main level o Pentecost: Upper Tier Panel. Tongues of fire appeared on their heads and they were able to speak multiple languages.

The disciples are seated in a circle in the upper storey of a house, with the Virgin Mary and Saint Peter Seraphim, Cherubim and Adoring Angels.

This is one of two panels, almost mirror images of each other, that flank either side of the central and uppermost panel of the large altarpiece made for the church of San Pier Maggiore, Florence. Gathered together against a completely gold backdrop representing heaven are groups of angelic beings This is one of two panels, almost mirror images of one another, that flank either side of the central and uppermost panel of the large altarpiece made for the church of San Pier Maggiore, Florence.

Gathered together against a completely gold backdrop representing heaven are groups of angelic being This panel is the second in a series of scenes of the life of Christ, part of a multi-panelled altarpiece made for the church of San Pier Maggiore, Florence. We see three kin The Ascension: Upper Tier Panel. These sat above the three panels of the main tier showing the coronation of the Virgin sur This is the central panel of a large altarpiece made for the church of San Pier Maggiore, Florence.

Christ crowns the Virgin, after her body and soul have been taken up to heaven. The Nativity with the Annunciation to the Shepherds. These panels sat above the main tier of images showing the heavenly coronation of the The Resurrection: Upper Tier Panel. Christ has risen from his grave and is shown above his tomb holding a white flag with a red cross, a symbol of the Resurrection.

The lid of the tomb is still closed, emphasising the miracle of th They appeared above the three panels of the main tier, which show the coronatio The Trinity: Central Pinnacle Panel.

This was once the central and uppermost part of a multi-panelled altarpiece, made for the church of San Pier Maggiore in Florence. Although it would have been displayed very high, right at the top of this large altarpiece, the limited colours, bold shapes and simple design mean it would have been Noli me tangere. Probably by Jacopo di Cione. This small picture shows the moment that Christ, resurrected after death, appeared to Mary Magdalene. She found it empty. Christ appeared to her, but as she reached out he s You've viewed 6 of 19 paintings.

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Find out more. The identification of this Saint is not certain. The palm that he holds indicates that he was martyred but this is a later addition which may have been added to transform him into a representation of Saint Bruno Boniface. The figure may originally have been intended to represent Beato Silvestro who was buried with Beata Paola under the high altar of Santa Maria degli Angeli. He is dressed in the long white habit of the Camaldolese order. The National Gallery has endeavoured to make as many images of the collection as possible available for non-commercial use.

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