Maesta (verso) (detail)

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Maesta (verso) (detail)

Material Information

Title:
Maesta (verso) (detail)
Creator:
Duccio, di Buoninsegna, d. 1319 ( Artist : painter )
Museo del Duomo. ID=ISD
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Sienna, Italy
Siena, Italy (Cathedral at the Piazza del Campo)
Period: Italian Byzantine
School: Byzantine
Movement: Byzantine
Italian
Painting;
Genre:
Painting
picture ( marcgt )
Painting

Notes

Summary:
The main element of the verso consisted of fourteen panels. .Except for the Entry into Jerusalem and the Crucifixion, each panel contains two episodes. The central part of the lower row with the Agony in the Garden and Christ taken Prisoner is twice as wide as the other compartments (but the same as the Crucifixion panel) because the events portrayed are composed of different narrative units.Numerous contrasting theories have been advanced by critics for the order of interpretation, rendered problematical by the variety of New Testament sources drawn on by Duccio. It is certain that the cycle began at the bottom left and ended at the top right, proceeding from left to right first on the lower row and then on the upper.
General Note:
Beginning Date: 1308.
General Note:
Completion Date: 1311.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
A01-KIF0036 ( USFLDC DOI )
a1.kif0036 ( USFLDC Handle )

Postcard Information

Format:
Photograph

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Maesta (verso) (detail).
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Beginning Date: 1308.
Completion Date: 1311.
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The main element of the verso consisted of fourteen panels. .Except for the Entry into Jerusalem and the Crucifixion, each panel contains two episodes. The central part of the lower row with the Agony in the Garden and Christ taken Prisoner is twice as wide as the other compartments (but the same as the Crucifixion panel) because the events portrayed are composed of different narrative units.Numerous contrasting theories have been advanced by critics for the order of interpretation, rendered problematical by the variety of New Testament sources drawn on by Duccio. It is certain that the cycle began at the bottom left and ended at the top right, proceeding from left to right first on the lower row and then on the upper.
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Sienna, Italy.
Siena, Italy (Cathedral at the Piazza del Campo).
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Period: Italian Byzantine.
School: Byzantine.
Movement: Byzantine.
Italian.
Painting;
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Painting
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Museo del Duomo. ID=ISD
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t Art and Art History Collection (Saskia)
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Detail name; Stories of the Passion.


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