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Francesco Traini
 
 
 
 
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Gothic and Early Renaissance
 
 
 
Traini Francesco
 
 
( fl 30 Aug 132115 Jan 1345).
Italian painter and illuminator. He was the most accomplished Pisan artist in the second quarter of the 14th century, although his career is controversial. On 20 July and 23 August 1322 he was paid for painting the Palazzo Anziani in Pisa. On 2 December 1337 he took an apprentice, Giovanni, for a three-year period. Documents of 12 December 1340 and 19 February 1341 deal with a dispute over a banner Traini had painted for the confraternity of the Laudi of Pisa Cathedral. Only one signed and documented work survives: the altarpiece of St Dominic (13445; Pisa, ), painted for the Dominican church of S Caterina, Pisa.
 
 



Traini Francesco
Triumph of St Thomas Aquinas
c. 1340
Santa Caterina, Pisa



Traini Francesco
Triumph of Death (detail)
c. 1350
Campo Santo, Pisa

 


Traini Francesco
Italian, Pisa, active 1321 - 1363
Christ Blessing
tempera and gold on wood panel, about 1335





Traini Francesco
Virgin, Child, and Saint Anne

 
 

 
 
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