Master of St. Francis (ital. Maestro di S. Francesco). Anonymous Italian painter, whose works of art date back to 1260–1280. This painter of frescoes and panels and, perhaps, designer of stained glass in the district around Perugia, Umbria, Italy, was named by Thode after a panel of St. Francis with Angels in Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, Assisi, Umbria. Much of the work attributed to him was part of the early phase in the decoration of Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi, and includes the fresco cycle in the nave of the Lower Church with five scenes from the Passion of Christ on the right wall and five scenes from the Life of St Francis on the left. (These were damaged by the later opening of the side chapels.) In spite of the obvious participation of assistants, the entire cycle s

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  • Meister des Heiligen Franziskus von Assisi oder Franziskusmeister (italienisch Maestro di San Francesco) wird ein italienischer Maler unbekannten Namens genannt, der Fresken und womöglich Glasbilder im Gebiet um Perugia in Umbrien, Italien kreierte. Er war aktiv zwischen 1260 und 1280. (de)
  • Le Maestro di San Francesco est le nom de convention d'un peintre italien de la fin du XIIIe siècle, un maître anonyme, dont les œuvres datent de la période 1260–1280, nommé ainsi par l'historien de l'art Henry Thode d'après un panneau des Anges de la basilique Sainte-Marie-des-Anges d'Assise, en Ombrie. C'est un peintre de fresques, de tableaux, de crucifix (peut-être de vitraux) qui a œuvré dans la région de Pérouse. (fr)
  • Master of St. Francis (ital. Maestro di S. Francesco). Anonymous Italian painter, whose works of art date back to 1260–1280. This painter of frescoes and panels and, perhaps, designer of stained glass in the district around Perugia, Umbria, Italy, was named by Thode after a panel of St. Francis with Angels in Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, Assisi, Umbria. Much of the work attributed to him was part of the early phase in the decoration of Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi, and includes the fresco cycle in the nave of the Lower Church with five scenes from the Passion of Christ on the right wall and five scenes from the Life of St Francis on the left. (These were damaged by the later opening of the side chapels.) In spite of the obvious participation of assistants, the entire cycle seems to have been planned by a single artist and can be considered as homogeneous and characteristic of his style. This was largely based on the later works of Giunta Pisano but also shows the influence of such Umbrian artists as Rainaldetto di Ranuccio, Simeone and Machilone and of contemporary manuscript illumination, for example the Gospel Book of Giovanni da Gaibena (Padua, Bib. Capitolare). The Master of St Francis embodies an important aspect of the contact between Italian and Byzantine art of this period: Byzantine elements, particularly of iconography, are found with western forms of ornamentation and a use of colour that is far from Byzantine. (en)
  • Мастер Св. Франциска (итал. Maestro di San Francesco, работал в Умбрии приблизительно в 1250—1280 гг.) — итальянский художник. Это анонимный мастер, оставивший сравнительно большое художественное наследие. Главные его произведения находятся в Перудже и Ассизи, поэтому один из этих городов мог быть местом его рождения. Имя «Мастер св. Франциска» художнику дал немецкий историк искусства Генрих Тоде в 1885 году, назвав так автора алтарной картины «Св. Франциск и ангелы», хранившейся в церкви Санта Мария дельи Анджели в Ассизи (ныне — Монастырский музей, Ассизи), и связав с его творчеством начало раннего Возрождения в Италии. (ru)
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  • Meister des Heiligen Franziskus von Assisi oder Franziskusmeister (italienisch Maestro di San Francesco) wird ein italienischer Maler unbekannten Namens genannt, der Fresken und womöglich Glasbilder im Gebiet um Perugia in Umbrien, Italien kreierte. Er war aktiv zwischen 1260 und 1280. (de)
  • Le Maestro di San Francesco est le nom de convention d'un peintre italien de la fin du XIIIe siècle, un maître anonyme, dont les œuvres datent de la période 1260–1280, nommé ainsi par l'historien de l'art Henry Thode d'après un panneau des Anges de la basilique Sainte-Marie-des-Anges d'Assise, en Ombrie. C'est un peintre de fresques, de tableaux, de crucifix (peut-être de vitraux) qui a œuvré dans la région de Pérouse. (fr)
  • Мастер Св. Франциска (итал. Maestro di San Francesco, работал в Умбрии приблизительно в 1250—1280 гг.) — итальянский художник. Это анонимный мастер, оставивший сравнительно большое художественное наследие. Главные его произведения находятся в Перудже и Ассизи, поэтому один из этих городов мог быть местом его рождения. Имя «Мастер св. Франциска» художнику дал немецкий историк искусства Генрих Тоде в 1885 году, назвав так автора алтарной картины «Св. Франциск и ангелы», хранившейся в церкви Санта Мария дельи Анджели в Ассизи (ныне — Монастырский музей, Ассизи), и связав с его творчеством начало раннего Возрождения в Италии. (ru)
  • Master of St. Francis (ital. Maestro di S. Francesco). Anonymous Italian painter, whose works of art date back to 1260–1280. This painter of frescoes and panels and, perhaps, designer of stained glass in the district around Perugia, Umbria, Italy, was named by Thode after a panel of St. Francis with Angels in Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, Assisi, Umbria. Much of the work attributed to him was part of the early phase in the decoration of Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi, and includes the fresco cycle in the nave of the Lower Church with five scenes from the Passion of Christ on the right wall and five scenes from the Life of St Francis on the left. (These were damaged by the later opening of the side chapels.) In spite of the obvious participation of assistants, the entire cycle s (en)
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