Domenico di Bartolo
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He was born in Asciano. According to Vasari, he was a nephew of Taddeo di Bartolo. He was employed by Vecchietta in the masterpiece fresco The Care of the Sick in the Pellegrinaio (Pilgrim's Hall) of the Ospedale di Santa Maria della Scala in Siena. It portrays wealthy donors visiting the hospital to men washing the ill, and a fatty friar hearing confession. In 1434, he also painted a fresco panel of Emperor Sigismund Enthroned for the Siena Cathedral.
Domenico died in Siena around 1445.
- Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saint Peter and Saint Paul (c. 1430) - Tempera on panel, 53 x 31 cm, National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA 
- Madonna of the Humility (Madonna dell'Umiltà; 1433) - Wood, 93 x 59.5 cm, Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena 
- Polyptych of Santa Giuliana (1438) - Tempera on panel, Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria, Perugia
- Virgin and Child (1437) - Tempera and tooled gold on panel, 61.9 x 43.8 cm, Philadelphia Museum of Art, United States
- Frescoes in the Ospedale di Santa Maria della Scala, Siena (1440s)
- Madonna and Child Enthroned Princeton University Art Museum
- Crowe, Joseph Archer. Cavalcaselle, Giovanni Battista. A History of Painting in Italy: From the Second to the Fourteenth Century, Volume 3 (original from the Princeton University) J. Murray, 1866 p 52
- Schmeckebier, Laurence Eli. A new handbook of Italian Renaissance painting (original from the University of California. Hacker Art Books, 1981. Edition 2. ISBN 978-0878172535
- Hyman, Timothy (1993). "chapter 8". Sienese Painting The Art of a City-Republic (1278-1477). Thames and Hudson. pp. 164–165.
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