(b. ca. 1240, Firenze, d. ca. 1302, Firenze)


Tempera on wood, 336 x 267 cm
San Domenico, Arezzo

There are no references to this painting in original sources, its attribution to the young Cimabue is the result of the research in this century. This attribution is generally accepted. However, the tondo on top of the cross showing the Blessing Christ is the work of another master. At the end of the two arms of the cross the Madonna (left) and St John (right) are represented.

The painting was restored in 1917.

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