Expressionist Master of Santa Chiara

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The Expressionist Master of Santa Chiara was an Umbrian painter active between about 1290 and around 1330. He has been identified as one of Giotto's principal followers; some contend that his hand may be identified in a series of frescos attributed to Giotto in the Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi. Among the surviving works attributed to him are a set of processional crucifixes, including one in the Cleveland Museum of Art.

References[edit]

  • Morello, Giovanni and Laurence B. Kanter, ed.: The Treasury of Saint Francis of Assisi. Milan; Electa, 1999.


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