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April 6 or March 28, 1483 – April 6, 1520. Italian painter.

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Here are all the paintings of ANGELICO Fra 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
52218 Beheading of Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian ANGELICO  Fra Beheading of Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian 1438-40 Tempera on wood, 36 x 46 cm
4808 Christ the Judge ANGELICO  Fra Christ the Judge 1447 Fresco Chapel of San Brizio, Duomo, Orvieto
4809 Prophets ANGELICO  Fra Prophets 1447 Fresco Chapel of San Brizio, Duomo, Orvieto
43859 Resurrection of Christ and Women at the Tomb ANGELICO  Fra Resurrection of Christ and Women at the Tomb 1440-41 Fresco, 189 x 164 cm
4811 Saint Anthony the Abbot Tempted by a Lump of Gold ANGELICO  Fra Saint Anthony the Abbot Tempted by a Lump of Gold c. 1436 Tempera on panel, 19.7 x 28 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
52216 Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian Condamned ANGELICO  Fra Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian Condamned 1438-40 Tempera on wood, 37 x 46 cm
52217 Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian Crucifixed and Stoned ANGELICO  Fra Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian Crucifixed and Stoned 1438-40 Tempera on wood, 38 x 46 cm
52215 Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian Salvaged ANGELICO  Fra Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian Salvaged 1438-40 Tempera on wood, 38 x 45 cm
52229 Sepulchring of Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian ANGELICO  Fra Sepulchring of Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian 1438-40 Tempera on wood, 37 x 45 cm
52325 St Lawrence on Trial ANGELICO  Fra St Lawrence on Trial 1447-49 Fresco, 271 x 473 cm
52240 St Lawrence Receives the Treasures of the Church ANGELICO  Fra St Lawrence Receives the Treasures of the Church 1447-50 Fresco, 271 x 205 cm
63543 The Arrest of St Stephen ANGELICO  Fra The Arrest of St Stephen 1447-49 Fresco Cappella Niccolina, Palazzi Pontifici, VaticanArtist:ANGELICO, Fra Title: The Arrest of St Stephen Painted in 1401-1450 , Italian - - painting : religious
52775 The Attempted martyrdom of ss cosmas and damian ANGELICO  Fra The Attempted martyrdom of ss cosmas and damian mk223 Oil on canvas
52230 The Healing of Justinian by Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian ANGELICO  Fra The Healing of Justinian by Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian 1438-40 Tempera on wood, 37 x 45 cm
4810 The Naming of St. John the Baptist ANGELICO  Fra The Naming of St. John the Baptist 1434-35 Tempera on panel, 26 x 24 cm Museo di San Marco, Florence
52251 The Stoning of St Stephen ANGELICO  Fra The Stoning of St Stephen 1447-49
52089 View of the Convent of San Marco ANGELICO  Fra View of the Convent of San Marco 1436 Convento di San Marco

ANGELICO Fra
Italian Early Renaissance Painter, ca.1387-1455 Italian painter, illuminator and Dominican friar. He rose from obscure beginnings as a journeyman illuminator to the renown of an artist whose last major commissions were monumental fresco cycles in St Peter's and the Vatican Palace, Rome. He reached maturity in the early 1430s, a watershed in the history of Florentine art. None of the masters who had broken new ground with naturalistic painting in the 1420s was still in Florence by the end of that decade. The way was open for a new generation of painters, and Fra Angelico was the dominant figure among several who became prominent at that time, including Paolo Uccello, Fra Filippo Lippi and Andrea del Castagno. By the early 1430s Fra Angelico was operating the largest and most prestigious workshop in Florence. His paintings offered alternatives to the traditional polyptych altarpiece type and projected the new naturalism of panel painting on to a monumental scale. In fresco projects of the 1440s and 1450s, both for S Marco in Florence and for S Peter's and the Vatican Palace in Rome, Fra Angelico softened the typically astringent and declamatory style of Tuscan mural decoration with the colouristic and luminescent nuances that characterize his panel paintings. His legacy passed directly to the second half of the 15th century through the work of his close follower Benozzo Gozzoli and indirectly through the production of Domenico Veneziano and Piero della Francesca. Fra Angelico was undoubtedly the leading master in Rome at mid-century, and had the survival rate of 15th-century Roman painting been greater, his significance for such later artists as Melozzo da Forli and Antoniazzo Romano might be clearer than it is.
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