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Masaccio
   represents   
Early Renaissance
Italian Painter
Masaccio
   painted   

San Giovenale Triptych; 1422; Italian; Early Renaissance; Cascia di Reggello, Italy; oil on panel; 110 x 65 cm
Masaccio
   painted   

Virgin Mary; 1426; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; color on panel; 136 x 73 cm
Masaccio
   painted   

Portrait of a Young Man; 1425; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; tempera on panel; 42 x 32 cm
Masaccio
   painted   

The Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Eden; 1425-1427; Italian; Early Renaissance; Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence, Italy; fresco; 208 x 88 cm; an imposing scene of a composite fresco occupying the chapel; the complete fresco was started by Masolino and completed by Filippino Lippi
Masaccio
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The Tribute Money; 1425; Italian; Early Renaissance; Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence, Italy; fresco; 255 x 598 cm; an imposing scene of a composite fresco occupying the chapel; the complete fresco was started by Masolino and completed by Filippino Lippi
Masaccio
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The Trinity; 1426-1427; Italian; Early Renaissance; Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy; fresco; 667 x 312 cm






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