Gregorio di Cecco
Gregorio di Cecco (sometimes Gregorio di Cecco da Lucca or Gregorio da Lucca di Cecco) was an Italian painter of the Sienese School during the early Renaissance. He was born in Sienna around 1390 and died after 1424.
He was a student of Taddeo di Bartolo and later became di Bartolo's partner.
- Altarpiece (1423) at the Francesco Tolomei chapel at the Siena Cathedral
- The Crucifixion with Saint Francis of Assisi - Saint John the Baptist - Mary Magdalene triptych by Gregorio di Cecco da Lucca
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