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Who did the work: Madonna Enthroned
Giotto
Italian Proto-Renaissance
Who was the parton for the work: Arena Chapel by Giotto
Enrico Scovegni
Italian Proto-Renaissance
What was the meduim for the work:
Madonna Enthroned
temera on wood panel
Giotto
What was the medium for the work:
Arena Chapel by Giotto
Freso
full view and detail
who did the work:
Sacrifice of Isaac
Brunelleschi
Italian Early Renaissance
What was the medium for the work:
Sacrifice of Isaac by Brunelleschi
Gilt Bronze
Italian Early Renaissance
Who did the work:
Sacrifice of Isaac
(the nude one)
Ghiberti
Italian Early Renaissance
what was the medium used for the work:
Sacrifice of Isaac by
Ghiberti
Gilt Bronze
Italian Early Renaissance
Who was the patron of:
Sacrifice of Isaac by
Gheberti
Catheral Works Board
Italian Early Renaissance
Who did the work:
Holy Trinity
Masaccio
Italian Early Renaissance
what was the meduim used for the work:
Holy Trinity by Masaccio
Fresco
Italian Early Renaissance


Who did the work:
Expulsion from Eden
Masaccio
Italian Early Renaissance
What was the medium used in the work:
Expulsion from Eden
Fresco
Italian Early Renaissance
what is the term used when each outline represents one day of work for an artist or one working session
giornate
Massaccio
Expulsion from Eden
who patroned the work:
Expulsion from Eden by Masaccio
Brancacci family
Brancacci chapel
Italian Early Renaissance