Archangel Michael (detail), about 1340–45, Paolo Veneziano. Tempera and gold leaf on panel. Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts. Museum purchase, 1927.19.3

Paolo Veneziano: Art and Devotion in 14th-Century Venice


North Pavilion, Plaza Level

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Paolo Veneziano led the premier painter’s workshop in late medieval Venice, producing work ranging from large complex altarpieces to small paintings intended for personal devotion. This focused exhibition reunites panels that originally formed a larger ensemble but are today scattered across different collections. This reconstruction, together with his other paintings, are set against the backdrop of the city’s uniquely cosmopolitan visual culture.

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