GUGLIELMO VENEZIANO
(active 1352-1382 in Venice)

Triptych

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Tempera on panel, gold ground, in an engaged frame, 40 x 19 cm (central), 40 x 9 cm (each wing)
Private collection

This charming and still complete triptych, encased by an elaborately carved engaged frame, was painted by the Venetian artist Guglielmo Veneziano who was active in the second half of the14th century.

The central panel of the triptych shows the Crucifixion, while the left wing represents a Bishop Saint and the Archangel Gabriel above, the right wing depicts a monastic saint, possibly Saint Augustine, and the Madonna Annunciate above.




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