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Italian Early Renaissance Painter

Gentile da Fabriano was an Italian painter born around the year 1370 in Fabriano, Italy and died around 1427 in Venice, Italy. He was a prominent member of the International Gothic style and is known for his ornate and colorful paintings.

Gentile received his early training as a painter in his hometown of Fabriano and later went on to study in Venice, where he was influenced by the work of local painters. He traveled widely throughout Italy and also worked in Florence, where he was influenced by the work of Giotto and other artists of the Florentine school.

Gentile's most famous work is the "Adoration of the Magi" altarpiece, painted in 1423 for the church of San Domenico in Fiesole, near Florence. This altarpiece is considered a masterpiece of International Gothic art and is notable for its elaborate use of gold leaf and its detailed, colorful depictions of the characters and events depicted.

Gentile was also well known for his portraits and for his use of rich, vibrant colors in his paintings. He was highly sought after as a painter by patrons in Italy and elsewhere in Europe, and his works can be found in museums and collections throughout the world.

Gentile da Fabriano was a major figure of the International Gothic style and is remembered for his ornate, colorful paintings that helped to spread this style of art throughout Italy and beyond.

1 Gentile da Fabriano Paintings

Adoration of the Magi, 1423 by Gentile da Fabriano | Painting Reproduction

Adoration of the Magi 1423

Oil Painting
Canvas Print
SKU: FGD-16552
Gentile da Fabriano
Original Size: 300 x 282 cm
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy