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Ugolino di Nerio: 'Saint Simon and Saint Thaddeus (Jude)'
This painting is part of the group: The Santa Croce Altarpiece
Saint Simon on the left, holds a book, while Saint Thaddeus, who turns to the right, holds a knife. Three unidentified heads are depicted between decorative motifs in the band of quatrefoils below.

This panel formed the second section from right of the upper tier, below the pinnacles of the high altarpiece of S. Croce, Florence. It was placed beneath the pinnacle depicting Jeremiah and above Saint Francis in the main tier. The tier from which it came showed mainly apostles.

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
Isaiah
Ugolino di Nerio
possibly 1325-8
Isaiah
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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