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Giovanni Baronzio

 Painting - Madonna And Child With Five Angels by Giovanni Baronzio

Madonna And Child With Five Angels

 Painting - The Feast Of Herod And The Beheading Of The Baptist by Giovanni Baronzio

The Feast Of Herod And The Beheading Of The Baptist

Giovanni Baronzio Painting - The Birth Naming And Circumcision Of Saint John The Baptist by Giovanni Baronzio

The Birth Naming And Circumcision Of Saint John The Baptist

 Painting - Scenes From The Life Of Christ by Giovanni Baronzio

Scenes From The Life Of Christ

Scenes from the Life of St Colomba: St Colomba Saved by a Bear

Scenes from the Life of St Colomba: Beheading of St Colomba

Scenes from the Life of Christ

Giovanni Baronzio, also known as Giovanni da Rimini, (died 1362), was an Italian painter. His year of birth is unknown.

Biography

Baronzio is one of several fourteenth-century painters from Rimini, others being Giuliano, Pietro and Giovanni. The work of the Rimini school may have been influenced by Giotto during his visit to Rimini. Baronzio is known from a polyptych he executed for the Convent of the Friars Minor in Macerata Feltria.[1] His devotional theme painting "Madonna Adoring Christ Child" resides in the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

References

"Giovanni Baronzio Brief Biography". Retrieved 2012-07-17.

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