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1430s in art

The decade of the 1430s in art involved some significant events.

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Events

  • 1430: Considered end of Medieval art art period.
  • 1430: First use of optical methods in the creation of art.
  • 1430s: The engraver known as the Master of the Playing Cards becomes active in south-western Germany and Switzerland.
  • 1435: Leon Battista Alberti writes Della Pittura.
  • 1438-1440: Donatello completes his series of sculptures for the Cathedral of Prato.
  • Paintings

  • 1425–1430: Masolino da Panicale – The Annunciation (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)
  • c.1430: Domenico di Bartolo – Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saint Peter and Saint Paul (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)
  • c.1430–1432
  • Fra Angelico – The Annunciation (for Convent of San Domenico, Fiesole; now Museo del Prado, Madrid)
  • Stefano di Giovanni – Madonna of the Snows Altarpiece (Uffizi, Florence)
  • Rogier van der Weyden – Virgin and Child Enthroned (Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid)
  • c.1430–1440: Jan van Eyck – Crucifixion and Last Judgement diptych (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
  • 1432: Jan van Eyck
  • Ghent Altarpiece
  • Léal Souvenir
  • 1432–1434: Fra Angelico – Annunciation of Cortona completed in Florence
  • 1433:
  • Domenico di Bartolo – Madonna of Humility
  • Jan van Eyck – Portrait of a Man (Self Portrait?)
  • 1434: Jan van Eyck – Arnolfini portrait
  • c.1434: Stefano di Giovanni
  • Madonna of Humility with Saints (Triptych)
  • San Domenico da Cortona Polyptych
  • c.1434–1436: Jan van Eyck – The Annunciation (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)
  • c.1434–1446: Workshop of Rogier van der Weyden – The Annunciation (Musée du Louvre)
  • 1435: Stefano di Giovanni – The Journey of the Magi (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
  • c.1435
  • Jan van Eyck – Madonna of Chancellor Rolin
  • Konrad Witz – Heilspiegel Altarpiece and St. Christopher
  • 1436
  • Paolo Uccello – Funerary Monument to Sir John Hawkwood (fresco painting, Florence Cathedral)
  • Jan van Eyck – The Madonna with Canon van der Paele (Groeningemuseum)
  • 1437: Domenico di Bartolo – Virgin and Child (Philadelphia Museum of Art)
  • c.1437: Stefano di Giovanni – Polyptych of St. Anthony the Abbot (Cortona)
  • c.1437-1438: Fra Angelico – Perugia Altarpiece
  • c.1437-1444: Stefano di Giovanni
  • Ecstasy of Saint Francis (Villa i Tatti, Settignano)
  • Saint Francis Receiving Stigmata (National Gallery, London)
  • c.1437-1446: Fra Angelico – The Annunciation (San Marco, Florence)
  • 1438: Domenico di Bartolo – Polyptych of Santa Giuliana (Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria, Perugia)
  • c.1438-1440: Jan van Eyck – Madonna in the Church
  • 1439: Jan van Eyck – Portrait of Margareta van Eyck (Groeningemuseum)
  • Sculpture

  • c.1425–1466: Donatello – David (bronze; Bargello, Florence)
  • c.1435: Lorenzo Ghiberti – Gates of Paradise (bronze panels; doors of Florence Baptistery)
  • Births

  • 1430: Michel Colombe – French sculptor (died 1513)
  • 1430: Jean Colombe – French miniature painter and illuminator of manuscripts (died 1493)
  • 1430: Desiderio da Settignano – Italian sculptor (died 1464)
  • 1430: Vincenzo Foppa – Italian painter (died 1515)
  • 1430: Matteo di Giovanni – Italian Renaissance artist from the Sienese School (died 1495)
  • 1430: Francesco Laurana – Dalmatian-born sculptor and medallist (died 1502)
  • 1430: Pier Antonio Mezzastris – Italian painter of the Umbrian school of painting (died 1506)
  • 1430: Fra Diamante – Italian fresco painter (died 1498)
  • 1430: Carlo Crivelli – Italian Renaissance painter of conservative Late Gothic decorative sensibility (died 1495)
  • 1430: Antonello da Messina – Sicilian painter (died 1479)
  • 1430: Hans Memling – Early Netherlandish painter (died 1494)
  • 1430: Giovanni Bellini – Italian painter (died 1516)
  • 1430: Simone Papa the Elder – Italian painter (died 1480)
  • 1430: Cosimo Tura – Italian painter and one of the founders of the School of Ferrara (died 1495)
  • 1430: Di Biagio Baldassarre del Firenze – Italian Renaissance painter of the Florentine School (died 1484)
  • 1431: Shingei – Japanese painter and artist of the Muromachi period (died 1485)
  • 1431: Andrea Mantegna – Italian Renaissance artist (died 1506)
  • 1433: Felice Feliciano - Italian calligrapher, composer of alchemical sonnets and expert on Roman antiquity (died 1479)
  • 1433: Marco Zoppo - Italian painter active mainly in Bologna (died 1498)
  • 1434: Kanō Masanobu – Japanese chief painter of the Ashikaga shogunate and founder of the Kanō school of painting (died 1530)
  • 1434: Tosa Mitsunobu – Japanese painter and founder of the Tosa school of painting (died 1525)
  • 1434: Michael Wolgemut – German painter and printmaker (died 1519)
  • 1435: Andrea del Verrocchio – influential Italian sculptor, goldsmith and painter working at the court of Lorenzo de' Medici in Florence (died 1488)
  • 1435: Pietro Lombardo – Italian sculptor and architect (died 1515)
  • 1435: Michael Pacher – Austrian Tyrolean painter and sculptor (died 1498)
  • 1435: Andrea della Robbia – Italian sculptor, especially in ceramics (died 1525)
  • 1435: Bartolomeo Sanvito – Paduan calligrapher (died 1518)
  • 1435: Nicolas Froment – French painter (died 1486)
  • 1435: Bernt Notke – German painter and sculptor (died 1508/1509)
  • 1435: Giovanni Santi – Italian painter, poet and father of Raphael (died 1494)
  • 1435: Jan Polack – Polish-born German painter (died 1519)
  • 1435/1440: Bertoldo di Giovanni – Italian sculptor (died 1491)
  • 1436: Baccio Baldini – Italian engraver in Florence (died 1487)
  • 1436: Benvenuto di Giovanni – Italian artist, manuscripts (died 1509/1517)
  • 1436: Sheikh Hamdullah – Ottoman master of Islamic calligraphy (died 1520)
  • 1436: Ni Duan – Imperial Chinese painter of people and landscapes (died 1505)
  • 1437: Simone Ferrucci – Italian sculptor (died 1493)
  • 1438: Melozzo da Forlì – Italian fresco painter and member of the Forlì painting school (died 1494)
  • 1439: Cosimo Rosselli – Italian painter of the Quattrocento, active mainly in Florence (died 1507)
  • 1439: Domenico Rosselli – Italian sculptor (died 1498)
  • 1439: Francesco di Giorgio – Italian painter of the Sienese School, sculptor, architect, art theorist and military engineer (died 1502)
  • Deaths

  • 1430: Andrei Rublev – the greatest medieval Russian painter of icons and frescos (born 1360-1370)
  • 1430: Daniil Chyorny – Russian icon painter (born 1360)
  • 1430: Madern Gerthener – German late Gothic stonemason, sculptor and architect (born 1360/1370)
  • 1431: Li Zai – Chinese painter of landscapes and human figures during the Ming Dynasty (born unknown)
  • 1435: Zhu Zhanji, Xuande Emperor – Emperor of China who was also a painter, especially of animals (born 1398)
  • 1437: Pellegrino di Giovanni – Italian painter (born unknown)
  • 1438: Jacopo della Quercia – Italian sculptor of the Italian Renaissance (born 1374)
  • 1439: Jacobello del Fiore – Italian quattrocento painter (born 1370)
  • References

    1430s in art Wikipedia


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