Niccolò di Pietro Gerini

documented 1368; died probably 1415, certainly by 1427

Niccolò di Pietro Gerini worked in Florence, Prato and Pisa. He often collaborated with other painters, and is recorded as having designed the San Pier Maggiore altarpiece made by Jacopo di Cione and his workshop.

Niccolò's skill at architectural design may have been the basis of his collaborations. His own paintings are harder to identify: it is not certain that the 'Baptism of Christ' is by him. His style, where identifiable, is accomplished.