See also:Italian painter whose name is found inscribed on an extant
See also:work . He is said to have exercised his
See also:art from 1202 to 1236 . He may perhaps have been
See also:born towards 118o in Pisa, and died in or soon after 1236; but other accounts give 1202 as the date of his
See also:birth, and 1258 or thereabouts for his
See also:death . There is some ground for thinking that his
See also:family name was Capiteno . The inscribed work above referred to, one of his earliest, is a " Crucifix," long in the
See also:kitchen of the convent of St Anne in Pisa . Other
See also:works of like date are very barbarous, and some of them may be also from the
See also:hand of Giunta . It is said that he painted in the upper
See also:church of
See also:Assisi,—in especial a "Crucifixion " dated 1236,with a figure of
See also:Elias, the general of the
See also:Franciscans, embracing the
See also:foot of the
See also:cross . In the sacristy is a portrait of St
See also:Francis, also ascribed to Giunta; but it more probably belongs to the close of the 13th century . He was in the practice of
See also:painting upon
See also:cloth stretched on
See also:wood, and prepared with
See also:plaster .
GIULIO ROMANO, or GIULI0 PIPP1 (c. 1492-1546)
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