Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)

1427 - 1454
This is presumably the Francesco Fiorentino who, according to Vasari, was a follower of Lorenzo Monaco. In 1429 Francesco joined the painters' guild in Florence. There is a triptych signed and dated between 1415 and 1418 in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, and other pictures are signed or reasonably attributable.

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A Bishop (Donatus?) and a Female Martyr (Antilla?)
Attributed to Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)
about 1450?
A Bishop (Donatus?) and a Female Martyr (Antilla?)
Gabriel: Frame Roundel (Left)
Attributed to Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)
about 1450?
Gabriel: Frame Roundel (Left)
Left Pilaster of an Altarpiece
Attributed to Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)
about 1450?
Left Pilaster of an Altarpiece
Pratovecchio Altarpiece
Attributed to Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)
about 1450?
Pratovecchio Altarpiece
Right Pilaster of an Altarpiece
Attributed to Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)
about 1450?
Right Pilaster of an Altarpiece
Saint John the Evangelist: Altarpiece Pinnacle (right)
Attributed to Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)
about 1450?
Saint John the Evangelist: Altarpiece Pinnacle (right)
Saints Michael and John the Baptist
Attributed to Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)
about 1450?
Saints Michael and John the Baptist
The Annunciate Virgin: Frame Roundel (right)
Attributed to Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)
about 1450?
The Annunciate Virgin: Frame Roundel (right)
The Virgin: Altarpiece Pinnacle (Left)
Attributed to Jacopo di Antonio (Master of Pratovecchio?)
about 1450?
The Virgin: Altarpiece Pinnacle (Left)
 
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