(b. 1320/30, Firenze, d. after 1369, Firenze)


Italian painter, who probably painted the S. Remigio Deposition in Florence (Uffizi) which was regarded as a work of Maso di Banco by Vasari and earlier writers. The distinction of hand is evident, but it is by no means certain that Giottino was identical with a Giotto di Maestro Stefano who was painting in the Vatican in 1369, who in turn cannot be reconciled with Vasari's Maso/Giottino figure. No other work can reasonably be attributed to the painter of the Uffizi Deposition, unless one accepts the attribution of it to Orcagna's brother Nardo di Cione.