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1290s in art

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1290s in art

The decade of the 1290s in art involved some significant events.

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Works

  • 1291-1294: Alexander of Abingdon carves the marble tomb-chest for the bronze effigy of Queen Eleanor of Castile in Lincoln Cathedral
  • 1291: A khachkar memorial stone is carved in Goshavank by Poghos
  • 1291: Mosaics in the basilica San Giovanni in Laterano in Rome completed by Jacopo Torriti
  • Births

  • 1297: Jacopo del Casentino - Italian fresco painter active mainly in Tuscany (died 1358)
  • 1296: Yang Weizhen – Chinese painter and calligrapher (died 1370)
  • 1294: Zhu Derun – Chinese painter and poet in Yuan Dynasty (died 1365)
  • 1292: Evrard d'Orleans – French sculptor (died 1357)
  • 1291: Lippo Memmi – Italian painter from Siena (died 1356)
  • 1290: Ambrogio Lorenzetti – Italian painter of the Sienese school (died 1348)
  • 1290: Andrea Pisano – Italian sculptor and architect (died 1347)
  • 1290: Giovanni di Balduccio – Italian sculptor of the Medieval period (died 1339)
  • 1290: Taddeo Gaddi - Italian painter and architect (died 1366)
  • 1290: Ke Jiusi – Chinese landscape painter, calligrapher, and poet during the Yuan Dynasty (died 1343)
  • Deaths

  • 1298: Yaqut al-Musta'simi - calligrapher and the Turkish secretary of the last Abbasid caliph (born unknown)
  • 1293: Jacopo Cosmati - Roman architect and sculptor, and worker in decorative geometric mosaic (born 1213)
  • References

    1290s in art Wikipedia