Renaissance Europe 1300-1600: Visual Arts - Research Article from Arts and Humanities Through the Eras

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Important Events in Visual Arts

c. 1302 The Gothic artist Cimabue dies.
c. 1305 Giotto completes his frescoes in the Arena Chapel at Padua.
1319 The great Sienese painter Duccio dies.
1333 Duccio's pupil, Simone Martine, completes his Annunciation.
1334 The painter Giotto is appointed to oversee work on the cathedral at Florence. When completed, the church will be the largest in Europe.
1337 Giotto dies.
c. 1338 Ambrogio Lorenzetti paints his frescoes Allegory of Good Government in the town hall at Siena.
In France, Jean Pucelle produces manuscript illuminations influenced by the naturalism of Italian artists.
c. 1350 Work stops on the cathedral of Florence.
1381 The sculptor Lorenzo Ghiberti is born.
1400 The devout painter Fra Angelico, the "Angelic Brother," is born in Florence.
1401 The great painter Masaccio is born.
1419 A competition is held for bronze doors for the Baptistery of the Cathedral at Florence. Among the seven contestants...

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