Crucifix – (Cimabue) Sebelumnya Berikutnya


topik: Crucifixion

tanggal: 1287

ukuran: 448 x 390 cm

museum: Museo dell'Opera di Santa Croce (Florence, Italy)

Teknik: Panel

The Crucifix by Cimabue at Santa Croce (c. 1265) is a wooden crucifix, painted in distemper, attributed to the Florentine painter and mosaicist Cimabue, one of two large crucifixes attributed to him. The work was commissioned by the Franciscan friars of Santa Croce and is built from a complex arrangement of five main and eight ancillary timber boards. It is one of the first Italian artworks to break from the late medieval Byzantine style and is renowned for its technical innovations and humanistic iconography.

This artwork is in the public domain.



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