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1320s in art

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1320s in art

The decade of the 1320s in art involved some significant events.

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Art

  • 1322-1326: Simone Martini completes fresco depicting Saint Clare of Assisi in Lower basilica of San Francesco, Assisi
  • 1328: Giotto Baroncelli – Altarpiece Polyptych, Baroncelli Chapel, Basilica di Santa Croce, Florence
  • 1329:
  • Pietro Lorenzetti – Carmelite polyptych, and The Prophet Elisha
  • Lorenzo Maitani – The Eagle: Symbol of St John sculpture
  • Andrea Pisano commissioned to design bronze doors for the Florence Baptistery
  • Births

  • 1325: Puccio Capanna – Italian painter of the first half of the 14th century, who lived and worked in Assisi
  • 1325: Niccolò da Bologna – Italian manuscript illuminator (died 1403)
  • 1324: Giottino – Italian painter from Florence (died 1369)
  • 1322: Matteo Giovanetti - Italian religious-themed fresco painter (died 1368)
  • 1320: Giusto de' Menabuoi – Italian painter of the early Renaissance (died 1391)
  • 1320: Gennaro di Cola - Italian Trecento painter active mainly in Naples (died 1370)
  • Deaths

  • 1328: Li Shixing – Chinese landscape painter during the Yuan Dynasty (born 1282)
  • 1327: Ren Renfa – Chinese painter of horses, people, flowers and birds (born 1254)
  • 1325: Filippo Rusuti - Italian painter and mosaicist (born 1255)
  • 1322: Zhao Mengfu – Chinese scholar, painter and calligrapher during the Yuan Dynasty (born 1254)
  • 1320: Li Kan – Chinese painter during the Yuan Dynasty (born 1245)
  • 1320: Filippo Tesauro - Italian painter active mainly in Naples (born 1260)
  • References

    1320s in art Wikipedia


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