Siena, Barna da (the 14th century)

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Barna da Siena, Italian painter, lived in the 14th century. Among the works attributed to him there is no any signed and dated by him. The most famous his work was finished probably around 1351: Storie evangeliche, a cycle of frescoes in Collegiata di San Gimignano. Should also be mentioned Cristo portacroce (New York, Frick Coll.); a fresco in the church S.Pietro a San Gimignano; frescoes in St John Lateran.

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