Puccio di Simone

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Polittico with Madonna and Saints, Certaldo, Museum of Sacred Art

Puccio di Simone (fl. 1346-1358) was an Italian Gothic painter, active in Florence.


Puccio di Simone is also known as the Master of the Fabriano Altarpiece. He was a student of Bernardo Daddi in Florence. He is mentioned between 1348 and 1357.[1] He appears to have collaborated with Allegretto Nuzi in Fabriano.[2]


Saint Ansano and two angels

Work by Puccio di Simone can be found in:

Further reading[edit]


  1. ^ "Puccio di Simone" (in French). Larousse. Retrieved 8 July 2009. 
  2. ^ Pinacoteca of Fabriano.
  3. ^ Pinacoteca of Fabriano, Altarpiece