Giovanni da Milano
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Amongst Giovanni's most significant works:
- A polyptych with Madonna and Saints (c. 1355), the oldest known signed work by Giovanni da Milano, painted for the Prato Spedale della Misericordia
- A polyptych made for the Ognissanti of Florence (c. 1363), now dismembered and scattered, depicting saints and scenes of the biblical creation myth
- Man of Sorrows panel (c. 1365, Accademia, Florence), the oldest known signed and dated work
- Frescoes decorating both sides of the Rinuccini Chapel in Santa Croce, Florence. Each side consists of five scenes – one side depicting the Life of the Virgin and the other the Life of Mary Magdalene. Giovanni is credited with the upper two registers of each cycle. The bottom register is credited to Matteo di Pacino.
- "Giovanni da Milano". Grove Art Online. Archived from the original on 2008-05-16. Retrieved 2007-01-31.
- "Giovanni da Milano". Web Gallery of Art. Retrieved 2007-01-31.
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- Giovanni da Milano at Panopticon Virtual Art Gallery
- Italian Paintings: Florentine School, a collection catalog containing information about da Milano and his works (see pages: 33-34).