Madonna and Child by Pietro Lorenzetti

Icon of Virgin Mary.

Sacred icon made with tempera and pure gold leaf on table.
Painted by Silvia Salvadori. Made with the original technique of the 15th century Sienese school.

Measures: 59 x 40 cm


Hand made painting by Silvia Salvadori. Madonna and Child. Tempera and gold leaf on panel. Tempera painting with decoratively punched gold ground. Icon of Virgin Mary. Copy of the original work (Pietro Lorenzetti, Arezzo, 1319). Medieval painting reproduction, Medieval Art shoppe in Arezzo. Polyptych the Church Santa Maria della Pieve in Arezzo by Pietro Lorenzetti. Pietro Lorenzetti, also called Pietro Laurati, is an Italian painter from Siena. As it is the case with other great Sienese masters, we know little about his life. Although a number of signed and dated paintings survived, the chronology of his works is not clear. His first dated work is an altarpiece from 1320 for church Pieve di Santa Maria, Arezzo. The dramatic frescos of the Passion in the left transept of the Lower Church of Assisi are possibly somewhat earlier. These show that Pietro Lorenzetti attempted a synthesis of Duccio di Buoninsegna, whose pupil he probably was, and Giotto, whose work he must also have studied. In his frescoes the artist started to place groups of people effectively against three-dimensional backgrounds and developed this further during the following decade. Even though his scenes tend to be austere and symmetrical (unlike his brother Ambrogio’s pleasant narrative manner), Pietro Lorenzetti always included realistic details of clothing and objects. He was also able to capture the way people look at each other. It was only toward the end of his career that Pietro Lorenzetti developed his considerable narrative powers, which were delicately and tenderly expressed in one of his masterpieces, a triptych dedicated to the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. Pietro Lorenzetti was probably Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s elder brother, and the two sometimes collaborated. They probably both died in the great plague of 1348, which carried off half the population of Siena. Madonna. - Painting by © Silvia Salvadori -

Original: Church Santa Maria della Pieve, Arezzo - Art reproduction

Measures: 59 x 40 cm

Technique: Original technique used in the XIVth century: Tempera and pure gold leaf on wood

Notes: Icon of Virgin Mary. Polyptych the Church Santa Maria della Pieve in Arezzo. Painting reproduction by Pietro Lorenzetti. Copy of the original work. Art reproduction, medieval painting reproduction Copy of the painting by Pietro Lorenzetti. Tempera painting

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