HomeFactopediaBrainoffsRankingsCommunityLog In
You know 0 facts


Name the Painter - Early Renaissance

Your overall rating on Name the Painter - Early Renaissance =
0%
Your best rally score on Name the Painter - Early Renaissance = 0 facts

Play Fact Master on Name the Painter - Early Renaissance    

Challenge Friends to a Brainoff on Name the Painter - Early Renaissance    

Play a Rally Game on Name the Painter - Early Renaissance    



The Early Renaissance was a period of great creative and intellectual activity, during which artists broke away from the restrictions of Byzantine Art. Artists studied the natural world in order to perfect their understanding of such subjects as anatomy and perspectives. This art period runs approximately from the late 13th Century until the early 16th Century, with the majority of works coming from various schools across Italy. During this period there was a related advancement in paintings centered in Germany and the Netherlands, known as the Northern Renaissance, covered under another Factacular subject. The Early Renaissance was succeeded by the mature High Renaissance period, which began circa 1500. Facts are derived from the most popular paintings of key artists listed on the Wikipedia, Wikiart, WikiMedia Commons, Google Art Project, The Atheneum, Olga's Gallery and/or the Web Gallery of Art websites.

106 facts:

Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

Adoration of the Magi; 1462; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 76 x 76 cm
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

Adoration of the Shepherds; 1456; Italian; Early Renaissance; The Metroploitan Museum of Art, New York, New York, U.S.A.; oil on panel; 56 x 40 cm
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

Christ as the Suffering Redeemer; 1495-1500; Italian; Early Renaissance; Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark; tempera on panel; 78 x 48 cm
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

Ludovico Gonzaga and His Family and the Court of Mantua; 1470; Italian; Early Renaissance; Camera degli Sposi (Wedding Room), North Wall, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua, Italy" fresco; 600 x 807 cm
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

Madonna and Child with Cherubim; 1480-1490; Italian; Early Renaissance; Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy; oil on canvas; 88 x 70 cm
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

Open Oculus in Vaulted Ceiling; 1471-1474; Italian; Early Renaissance; Camera degli Sposi (Wedding Room), Palazzo Ducale, Mantua, Italy; fresco; 270 cm diameter
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

St. Sebastian; 1480; Italian; Early Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; tempera on canvas; 255 x 140 cm
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

The Agony in the Garden; 1459; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; tempera on canvas; 63 x 25 cm
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

The Crucifixion; 1457-1459; Italian; Early Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on panel; 67 x 93 cm
Andrea Mantegna
   painted   

The Dead Christ (Lamentation of Christ); 1480; Italian; Early Renaissance; Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy; oil on canvas; 68 x 81 cm
Antonello Da Messina
   painted   

Madonna Salting; 1460-1469; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on panel; 43 x 34 cm
Antonello Da Messina
   painted   

St. Jerome in His Study; 1475; Italian; High Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; tempera on lime; 46 x 36 cm
Antonello Da Messina
   painted   

The Virgin Annunciate; 1475; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria Regionale della Sicilia, Palermo, Italy; oil on panel; 45 x 34 cm
Benozzo Gozzoli
   painted   

Procession of the Magi; 1459-1461; Italian; Early Renaissance; Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Florence, Italy; fresco; size unknown
Benozzo Gozzoli
   painted   

St. Ursula with Two Angels and Donor; 1455-1460; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; tempera on panel; 44 x 28 cm
Benozzo Gozzoli
   painted   

Procession of the Middle King (south wall detail); 1459-1461; Italian; Early Renaissance; Magi Chapel of Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Florence, Italy; fresco; size unknown
Biagio D'Antonio
   painted   

Madonna Worshipping the Child and an Angel; 1475; Italian; Early Renaissance; São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo, Brazil; tempera on panel; 74 x 54 cm
Biagio D'Antonio
   painted   

Portrait of a Boy; 1476-1480; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; oil and tempera on panel; 42 x 36 cm
Biagio D'Antonio
   painted   

Portrat of a Young Man; 1470; Italian; Early Renaissance; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York, U.S.A.; tempera on wood; 54 x 39 cm
Biagio D'Antonio
   painted   

The Betrothal of Jason and Medea; 1487; Italian; Early Renaissance; Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France; tempera on panel; 33 x 64 cm
Biagio D'Antonio
   painted   

The Story of Joseph; 1485; Italian; Early Renaissance; The Metropollitan Museum of Art, New York, New York, U.S.A.; tempera on wood; 69 x 150 cm
Biagio D'Antonio
   painted   

The Triumph of Camilus; 1470-1475; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; tempera on panel; 60 x 154 cm
Cimabue
   painted   

Crucifix -- 1287-1288; Italian; Pre-Renaissance / Byzantine; Basilica Di Santa Croce, Florence, Italy; distemper on wood panel; 176 x390 cm
Cimabue
   painted   

Madonna and Child Enthroned with Eight Angels and Four Prophets (Maestà); 1285-1286; Italian; Pre-Renaissance / Byzantine; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 385 x 223 cm
Cimabue
   painted   

Madonna and Child Enthroned with Two Angels; 1280-1285; Italian; Pre-Renaissance / Byzantine; Santa Maria dei Servi, Bologna, Italy; tempera and gold on wood; 218 x 118 cm
Domenico Ghirlandaio
   painted   

An Old Man with his Grandson; 1490; Italian; Early Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; tempera on wood; 62 x 46 cm
Domenico Ghirlandaio
   painted   

Madonna and Child; 1470; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; tempera on panel transferred to hardboard; 73 x 50 cm
Domenico Ghirlandaio
   painted   

St. Jerome; 1480; Italian; Early Renaissance; Ognissanti, Florence, Italy; fresco; 184 x 119 cm
Domenico Ghirlandaio
   painted   

The Calling of St. Peter and St. Andrew; 1481; Italian; Early Renaissance; Sistiine Chapel, Vatican City; fresco; 570 x 349 cm
Domenico Ghirlandaio
   painted   

The Madonna and Child Adored by St. Zenobius and St. Justus; 1483; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on wood; 191 x 200 cm
Domenico Ghirlandaio
   painted   

The Visitation; 1491; Italian; Early Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; tempera on wood; 172 x 167 cm
Domenico Ghirlandaio
   painted   

Young Man; 1480-1494; Italian; Early Renaissance; Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan, U.S.A.; oil on panel; 33 x 23 cm
Domenico Veneziano
   painted   

Santa Lucia de' Magnoli Altarpiece; 1445-1447; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 198 x 207 cm
Duccio
   painted   

Madonna and Child with Saints polyptych; 1311-1319; Italian; Pre-Renaissance / Byzantine; Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, Italy; tempera and gold on wood; size unknown
Duccio
   painted   

Maestà Altarpiece; 1308-1311; Italian; Pre-Renaissance / Byzantine; Museo dell'Opera Metropolitana del Duomo, Siena, Italy; tempera and gold on wood; 213 x 396 cm; compound work of a complex altarpiece; one of 70 panels; complete work over 2.1m x 4.3m (or 7 x 14 feet)
Duccio
   painted   

Rucellai Madonna; 1285-1286; Italian; Pre-Renaissance / Byzantine; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera and gold on wood; 450 x 290 cm
Filippo Lippi
   painted   

Coronation of the Virgin; 1467-69; Italian; Early Renaissance; Duomo, Cathedral of Spoleto, Italy; fresco; size unknown;
Filippo Lippi
   painted   

Madonna and Child; 1440-1445; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; tempera on panel; 79 x 51 cm
Filippo Lippi
   painted   

Madonna with the Child and Scenes from the Life of St Anne; 1452; Italian; Early Renaissance; Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy; oil on panel; 135 cm diameter
Filippo Lippi
   painted   

Madonna with the Child and Two Angels; 1460-1465; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on wood; 95 x 62 cm
Filippo Lippi
   painted   

Portrait of a Man and a Woman at a Casement; 1440; Italian; Early Renaissance; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, U.S.A.; tempera on wood; 64 x 42 cm
Filippo Lippi
   painted   

The Adoration in the Forest; 1459; Italian; Early Renaissance; Gemäldegalerie - Staatliche Museen, Berlin, Germany; oil on poplar wood; 130 x 118 cm
Filippo Lippi
   painted   

The Coronation of the Virgin; 1439-1447; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 200 x 287 cm
Filippo Lippi
   painted   

The Holy Family with St. John the Baptist and Saint Margaret; 1495; Italian; Early Renaissance; The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio, U.S.A.; tempera and oil on wood; 153 cm in diameter
Fra Angelico
   painted   

Annuciatory Angel; 1450-1455; Italian; Early Renaissance; Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan; U.S.A.; gold leaf and tempera on panel; 33 x 27 cm
Fra Angelico
   painted   

Beheading of Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian; 1438-1440; Italian; Early Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; tempera on paper; 46 x 36 cm; from San Marco Altarpiece
Fra Angelico
   painted   

Madonna and Child with Angels; 1425-1430; Italian; Early Renaissance; Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan, U.S.A.; tempera and gold on panel; 16 x 10 cm
Fra Angelico
   painted   

Eighteen Blessed at the Dominican Order; 1423-1424; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; tempera on wood; 31 x 22 cm
Fra Angelico
   painted   

Madonna of Humility; 1433-1435; Italian; Early Renaissance; Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain; tempera on wood; 147 x 91 cm
Fra Angelico
   painted   

St. Nicholas Saves the Ship; 1437; Italian; Early Renaissance; Pinateca Vatican, Vatican City; tempera on panel; 34 x 60 cm; center panel of Predella of Perugia Alterpiece
Fra Angelico
   painted   

The Adoration of the Magi; 1440-1460; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; tempera on poplar panel; 137 cm diameter
Fra Angelico
   painted   

The Annunciation; 1437-1446; Italian; Early Renaissance; Museo Diocesano, Cortona, Italy; fresco; 175 x 180 cm
Fra Angelico
   painted   

The Coronation of the Virgin (from the priory church of San Domenico, Fiesole); 1430-1432; Italian; Early Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; tempera on wood; 209 x 206 cm
Giotto
   painted   

Joachim Among the Shepheds; 1304-1306; Italian; Pre-Renaissance; Capella Degli Scrovegni, Padua, Italy; fresco; 185 x 200 cm; one of 38 murals of a compound work decorating the Arena Chapel
Giotto
   painted   

Lamentation (The Mourning of Christ); 1304-1306; Italian; Pre-Renaissance; Capella Degli Scrovegni, Padua, Italy; fresco; 200 x 185 cm; one of 38 murals of a compound work decorating the Arena Chapel
Giotto
   painted   

Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints (Ognissanti Madonna); 1305-1310; Italian; Pre-Renaissance / Byzantine; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on wood; 325 x 204 cm
Giotto
   painted   

Madonna and Child with St. Nicholas, St. John the Evangelist, St. Peter and St. Bededict (Badia Polytych); 1300; Italian; Pre-Renaissance / Byzantine; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 142 x 337 cm
Giotto
   painted   

Stigmatization; 1300; Italian; Pre-Renaissance; Church of Santa Croce, Florence, Italy; fresco; 390 x 370 cm
Giotto
   painted   

The Vision of the Chariot of Fire; 1297-1299; Italian; Pre-Renaissance; St. Franchis Upper Church, Assisi, Italy; fresco; 230 x 270 cm
Giovanni Bellini
   painted   

Madonna and Child; 1510; Italian; Early Renaissance; Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy; oil on canvas; 85 x 115 cm
Giovanni Bellini
   painted   

Naked Young Woman in Front of the Mirror; 1515; Italian Early Renaissance; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; oil on canvas; 62 x 79 cm
Giovanni Bellini
   painted   

Sacred Conversation Giovanelli ( Madonna and Child with St. John the Baptist and a saint); 1490-1500; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria dell'Accademia, Venice, Italy; oil on panel; 54 x 76 cm
Giovanni Bellini
   painted   

Saint Jerome Reading in the Countryside; 1480-1485; Italian; Early Renaissance; National Gallery, London, England; tempera and oil on wood; 47 x 34 cm
Giovanni Bellini
   painted   

St. Francis in the Wilderness; 1480; Italian; Early Renaissance; The Frick Collection, New York, New York, U.S.A.; oil and tempera on poplar wood; 124 x 141 cm
Giovanni Bellini
   painted   

The Doge Leonardo Loredan; 1501; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on panel; 62 x 45 cm
Jaume Huguet
   painted   

Archangel Michael; 1456; Spanish; Early Renaissance; Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain; tempera on panel; 213 x 136 cm
Jaume Huguet
   painted   

The Consecration of Saint Augstine; 1463-1475; Spanish; Early Renaissance; Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain; tempera, stucco reliefs and gold leaf on wood; 250 x 193 cm
Jaume Huguet
   painted   

Virgin; 1450; Spanish; Early Renaissance; Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain; tempera, stucco reliefs and gold leaf on wood; 213 x 160 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   

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

The Trinity; 1426-1427; Italian; Early Renaissance; Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy; fresco; 667 x 312 cm
Masaccio
   painted   

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
   painted   

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

Funerary Monument to Sir John Hawkwood; 1436; Italian; Early Renaissance; Duomo, Florence, Italy; fresco; 820 x 514 cm
Paolo Uccello
   painted   

St. George and the Dragon; 1470; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 57 x 73 cm
Paolo Uccello
   painted   

Niccolò da Tolentino at the Battle of San Romano; 1438-1440; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; tempera with walnut oil and linseed oil on poplar; 182 x 120 cm; central panel of trypch
Paolo Uccello
   painted   

The Hunt in the Forest; 1470; Italian; Early Renaissance; Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England; tempera, oil and gold on panel; 73 x 177 cm
Piero Della Francesca
   painted   

Portraits of Federico da Montefeltro and His Wife Battista Sforza; 1472; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 47 x 33 cm each of two panels
Piero Della Francesca
   painted   

The Polyptych of the Misericordia; 1462; Italian; Early Renaissance; Pinacoteca Comunale, Sansepolcro, Italy; oil and tempera on panel; 134 x 91 cm
Piero Della Francesca
   painted   

The Resurrection; 1463; Italian; Early Renaissance; Pinacoteca Comunale, Sansepolcro, Italy; fresco; 225 x 200 cm
Piero Della Francesca
   painted   

The Baptism of Christ; 1450-1460; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; tempera on poplar; 168 x 116 cm
Pisanello
   painted   

Portrait of a Princess of the House of Este; 1436; Italian; Early Renaissance; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; tempera on wood; 43 x 30 cm
Pisanello
   painted   

The Virgin and Child with Saints George and Anthony Abbot; mid 1400s; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on panel; 46 x 75 cm
Pisanello
   painted   

Vision of St. Eustace; 1436-1438; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; tempera on wood; 65 x 53 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

Adoration of the Magi; 1475-1476; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Ufizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 111 x 134 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

Madonna Adoring the Child with Five Angels; 1485-1490; Italian; Early Renaissance; Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland, U.S.A.; tempera and oil on panel; 133 cm diameter
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

Madonna and Child with Eight Angels; 1478; Italian; Early Renaissance; Staatliche Museen, Berlin; tempera on panel; 135 cm diameter
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

Madonna and Child with Six Saints; 1470; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 170 x 194 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

Pallas and the Centaur; 1482; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 204 x 148 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

Portrait of Simonetta Vespucci; 1476; Italian; Early Renaissance; Städel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany; tempera on wood; 35 x 48 cm; maybe the model for "The Birth of Venus" seven years later"
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

Primavera (Allegory of Spring); 1481-82; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on canvas; 203 x 314 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

The Birth of Venus; 1486; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 173 x 279 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

The Cestello Annunciation; 1489; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on canvas; 150 x 156 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

The Discovery of the Body of Holofernes; 1472-1473; Italian; Early Renaissance; Galleria degli Ufizi, Florence, Italy; tempera on panel; 31 x 25 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

The Resurrected Christ; 1480; Italian; Early Renaissance; Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan, U.S.A.; paint on wood (transferred); 46 x 30 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

The Madonna of the Book (The Virgin and the Child); 1480-1481; Italian; Early Renaissance; Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan, Italy; tempera on panel; 58 x 40 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

The Tragedy of Lucretia; 1496-1504; Italian; Early Renaissance; Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; tempera and oil on wood; 84 x 177 cm
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   

Venus and Mars; 1483; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; tempera on panel; 69 x 173 cm
Sano Di Pietro
   painted   

Flight To Egypt; 1445; Italian; Early Renaissance; Pinacoteca Vaticana, Vatican City; tempera on panel; size unknown
Sano Di Pietro
   painted   

Madonna and Child with Saints James Major and John the Baptist Altarpiece; 1460s; Italian; Early Renaissance; Brooklyn Museum, New York, New York, U.S.A.; tempera and gold on panel; size unknown
Sano Di Pietro
   painted   

Madonna and Child with Saints Jerome, Bernardino, John the Baptist, and Anthony of Padua and Two Angels; 1465-1470; Italian; Early Renaissance; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, U.S.A.; tempera on wood, gold ground; 62 x 40 cm
Sassetta
   painted   

Madonna del'humilita; 1433; Italian; Early Renaissance; Pinacoteca Vaticana, Vatican City; tempera on panel; size unknown
Sassetta
   painted   

Saint Francis Renounces His Earthly Father (from the San Sepolcro Altarpiece); 1437-1444; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery, London, England; tempera on panel; 88 x 52 cm
Sassetta
   painted   

The Death of Saint Anthony; 1440; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on wood; 36 x 38 cm
Sassetta
   painted   

The Meeting of St. Anthony and St. Paul; 1440; Italian; Early Renaissance; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; tempera on poplar panel; 46 x 33 cm


Facts contributed by:


Java








   About - Terms - Privacy Log In