Apollonio di Giovanni
1415/17 - 1465
Apollonio di Giovanni was recorded by 1446 as head of a Florentine workshop which specialised in paintings for Cassoni and other such furniture. He worked in partnership with Marco del Buono Giamberti, whose son, also a painter, became Apollonio's heir. Apollonio was also active as a painter of miniatures. His mature work displays the influence of Domeninco Veneziano.
Workshop of Apollonio di Giovanni and Workshop of Marco del Buono
probably about 1453-5
The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN