Piero della Francesca
Died October 12, 1492 Sansepolcro, Italy
Enjoyed painting, math, and was a theorist. He was most likely the most influential artist of the early Renaissance. He spent most of his life in San Sepolcro and other places briefly. Piero traveled a lot to different chapels and various places worshiping or painting. Piero's work mostly represented religion. Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints Mary, Legend of the True Cross, and Saint Luke Evangelist are all examples of his religious inspired pieces.
ISM's Connected to Piero della Francesca
Polyptych of the Misericordia
Piero della Francesca's Patrons
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Francesca, Piero. Polyptych of the Misericordia. 1445-1462. Oil and tempera on panel. Pinacoteca comunale di Sansepolcro.
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