Panel paintings: Paintings of the Crucifix
by GIOTTO

Following a Byzantine tradition, Giotto painted three Crucifixes on shaped panels, the earliest - that in the Santa Maria Novella in Florence - became a prototype for contemporary and later artists. Although the attribution of the Crucifixes in Rimini and Padua is debated the majority of the experts attribute them to Giotto with possible contribution by assistants.

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Preview Picture Data File Info Comment
Crucifix
1290-1300
Tempera on wood, 578 x 406 cm
Santa Maria Novella, Florence

1080*1400
True Color
189 Kb



Crucifix
1290-1300
Tempera on wood, 578 x 406 cm
Santa Maria Novella, Florence

1200*1544
True Color
127 Kb



Crucifix (detail)
1290-1300
Tempera on wood
Santa Maria Novella, Florence

900*1092
True Color
136 Kb



Crucifix (detail)
1290-1300
Tempera on wood
Santa Maria Novella, Florence

800*1186
True Color
127 Kb



Crucifix
1310-17
Tempera on wood, 430 x 303 cm
Tempio Malatestiano, Rimini

800*1129
True Color
80 Kb



Crucifix (front)
1317
Tempera on wood, 223 x 164 cm
Museo Civico, Padua

1235*1700
True Color
192 Kb



Crucifix (back)
1317
Tempera on wood, 223 x 164 cm
Museo Civico, Padua

1243*1700
True Color
149 Kb



Crucifix
1330s
Tempera on wood, 343 x 432 cm
San Felice, Florence

920*1024
True Color
85 Kb




Summary of paintings by Giotto
Frescoes in San Francesco, Assisi
Upper Church: Legend of St Francis | New Testament scenes | Lower Church
Frescoes in Arena Chapel, Padua
Life of Joachim | Life of Virgin | Life of Christ | Angels | Heads
Last Judgment | Heads
Vault frescoes | Virtues and Vices | Decorative elements
Frescoes in Santa Croce, Florence
Frescoes in Peruzzi Chapel | Frescoes in Bardi Chapel
Panel paintings
Crucifix | Maestŕ and others | Polyptych panels | Stefaneschi Altarpiece | Baroncelli Polyptych
Miscellaneous works
Navicella mosaic | Campanile of the Florence Cathedral