Jacobello del Fiore

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Jacobello del Fiore, Saint Lucy before the tomb of Saint Agatha, Civic Museum, Fermo, Italy

Jacobello del Fiore (c. 1370 – 1439) was an Italian painter of the 15th century active mainly in Venice. He was the son and pupil of the painter Francesco del Fiore. One of his pupils was Carlo Crivelli.

Among Jacobello's works are a Coronation of the Virgin for Cathedral in Ceneda and the polyptych in the Teramo Cathedral. A Madonna was once in the Manfredi Gallery.

There is also a painting by this painter in Moscow's Pushkin Museum.

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