Category:Maestà of Santa Trinita (Cimabue)

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Cimabue  (1250–1302) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q15790
Alternative names Bencivenni di Pepo, Cenni di Pepo (Giovanni) Cimabue, Benvenuto Di Giuseppe
Description Italian painter and mosaic artist
Date of birth/death between 1240 and 1250 1302
Location of birth/death Florence Pisa
Work period from 1270 until 1302
Work location Florence, Rome (1272), Assisi (1272–1281), Arezzo, Pisa (1301–1302)
Authority control
Title Maesta of Santa Trinita
below are the four ancient prophets, in the center David and Abraham
Date from 1280 until 1290
Medium tempera on panel
Dimensions Height: 385 cm (151.6 in). Width: 223 cm (87.8 in).
Uffizi Gallery Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q51252
Uffizi Gallery, Florence.jpg
Native name Galleria degli Uffizi
Location Florence
Coordinates 43° 46′ 07″ N, 11° 15′ 19″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Established (built), 1765 (open to public)
Authority control
room 2 Giotto and the 13th Century
Object history According to Renaissance art historian Giorgio Vasari the painting had been commissioned by the Vallombrosan monks for the main altar of Santa Trinita, Florence, this altarpiece was replaced in 1471 by the Trinità by Alessio Baldovinetti and moved into a side chapel. Later it was transferred into the monastery infirmary and 1810 under Napoleon into the Galleria dell'Accademia and 1919 into Uffizi.
References Google Art Project: Home - pic Maximum resolution.; Web Gallery of Art:  Inkscape.svg Image Information icon.svg Info about artwork
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