(b. ca. 1400, Vicchio nell Mugello, d. 1455, Roma)
Tempera on wood, 38,5 x 37 cm
Museo di San Marco, Florence
In the Temple, Christ is presented for circumcision. The table takes centre stage and its receding top leads the eye back to the choir. The forms of the three figures in the foreground are echoed in the background by the three arched walls of the choir and their windows. The chiefly vertical fall of the draperies of all the figures is painted with great discrimination, and echoes the fluting of the pilasters.