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Giovanni di Balduccio (c.1290-1349)

Relief of Saint Peter Martyr and Three
Donors (c.1340) (Cloisters Collection)

Born in Pisa, it has been suggested that di Balduccio was the son of the painter Bartolomeo di Vanni. Very little is known about di Balduccio's life, but he is first documented as working on Pisa Cathedral as an apprentice - perhaps working with the famous sculptor Giovanni Pisano directly.
Submitted by: Josquin
Mon Oct 2 (02:18 GMT)

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