(b. ca. 1400, Vicchio nell Mugello, d. 1455, Roma)
Triptych: The Last Judgmentc. 1450
Poplar, 103 x 65 cm (central), 103 x 28 (each wing)
Staatliche Museen, Berlin
Fra Angelico's late Last Judgment is close to Trecento sources, to the school of Orcagna in particular. It was painted when the popular artist had a large studio. Perhaps the painting is by Zanubi Strozzi, who was predominantly a manuscript illuminator. Originally on a single panel, the scene was cut into thirds at a much later date.