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This group of paintings formed the 12 main panels of the altarpiece for the Benedictine church of San Pier Maggiore. It was one of the largest to be commissioned in 14th-century Florence.

The predella shows scenes from the life of Saint Peter and parts are housed in other collections. It is thought to have been designed by Niccolò di Pietro Gerini or Niccolò di Tommaso, and painted by Jacopo di Cione and completed in 1371.

Paintings in this group: The San Pier Maggiore Altarpiece

Painting
Jacopo di Cione and workshop
1370-1
Attributed to Jacopo di Cione and workshop: 'Adoring Saints: Left Main Tier Panel'
Painting
Jacopo di Cione and workshop
1370-1
Attributed to Jacopo di Cione and workshop: 'Adoring Saints: Right Main Tier Panel'
Painting
Jacopo di Cione and workshop
1370-1
Attributed to Jacopo di Cione and workshop: 'The Trinity: Central Pinnacle Panel'
Painting
Jacopo di Cione and workshop
1370-1
Attributed to Jacopo di Cione and workshop: 'Seraphim, Cherubim and Adoring Angels'
Painting
Jacopo di Cione and workshop
1370-1
Attributed to Jacopo di Cione and workshop: 'Seraphim, Cherubim and Adoring Angels'
Painting
Jacopo di Cione and workshop
1370-1
Attributed to Jacopo di Cione and workshop: 'The Adoration of the Kings'
Painting
Jacopo di Cione and workshop
1370-1
Attributed to Jacopo di Cione and workshop: 'The Resurrection'
Painting
Jacopo di Cione and workshop
1370-1
Attributed to Jacopo di Cione and workshop: 'The Ascension'
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Jacopo di Cione and workshop
1370-1
Attributed to Jacopo di Cione and workshop: 'Pentecost'