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Ugolino di Nerio: 'Isaiah'
This painting is part of the group: The Santa Croce Altarpiece
This three-quarter-length depiction of the Old Testament prophet shows him holding a scroll in his left hand and looking to the left. The inscription derives from his prophecy (Isaiah 7:14), which was interpreted as predicting the birth of Jesus.

This panel formed the second pinnacle from the left of the high altarpiece of S. Croce, Florence.

The condition of the panel is poor; there is extensive damage both at the top and bottom, and it has been considerably cut at the bottom.

Other paintings in this group: The Santa Croce Altarpiece

The Betrayal of Christ
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
The Betrayal of Christ
The Way to Calvary
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
The Way to Calvary
The Deposition
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
The Deposition
Saints Simon and Thaddeus
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
Saints Simon and Thaddeus
Spandrel Angels
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
Spandrel Angels
Saints Bartholomew and Andrew
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
Saints Bartholomew and Andrew
The Resurrection
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
The Resurrection
Moses
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
Moses
David
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
David
Spandrel Angels
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
Spandrel Angels

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