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Master of Gerona  

active:about 1260 - about 1290

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The anonymous Master of Gerona, who derives his name from his work on the illuminations in a Bible now in Gerona, Spain, was deeply influenced by Byzantine icon painting. In particular, like many of his Italian contemporaries, he was interested in the convincing depiction of three-dimensional objects in space, one of the innovative trends that led to the later Italian Renaissance style. The Master of Gerona was active between about 1260 and 1290 in Bologna, a university town with a thriving book trade.

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Antiphonal / M Gerona

Italian, late 1200s

Nativity / M Gerona

Italian, late 1200s

St. Nicholas / M Gerona
St. Nicholas

Italian, late 1200s

Massacre Innocents / M Gerona
Massacre Innocents

Italian, late 1200s

Christ in Majesty / M Gerona
Christ in Majesty

Italian, 1275 - 1299