Letztes Abendmahl

Letztes Abendmahl

More about this artwork
The three panels (see inv. no. 667 and 5295) are part of an altarpiece comprising a sequence of seven scenes from the life of Jesus that were originally painted on one board. This unconventional, elongated type of altarpiece (dossale) is rarely found in Florence but was common in the Emilia Romagna region. Details in the images themselves and the choice of subject matter speak for Rimini as the place of origin, where evidence exists that Giotto was commissioned by the Malatesta family to produce works for the church of San Francesco. His spatially structured compositions and three-dimensionally depicted figures with their differentiated gestures and emotions mark a revolutionary innovation in Giotto’s pictorial language.
Displayed
AP OG Kabinett 1-2
Inventory Number
643
Birth year of the artist
1270
Year the artist deceased
1337
Dimensions of the object
47,6 x 46,1 cm
Material / Technology / Carrier
Pappelholz
Genre
Malerei
Origin
1805 von Kronprinz Ludwig als Schenkung erworben
Stock
Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen - Alte Pinakothek München
Citation
Giotto di Bondone, Letztes Abendmahl, ca. 1303/06 vor 1312/13, Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen - Alte Pinakothek München, URL: https://www.sammlung.pinakothek.de/en/artwork/ZMLJYVXxJv (Last updated on 29.06.2022)

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