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LORENZO Monaco   (b. ca. 1370, Siena (?), d. ca. 1425, Firenze) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter who was probably born in Siena and spent all his professional life in Florence. In 1391 he took his vows as a monk. He rose to the rank of deacon, but in 1402 he was enrolled in the painters' guild under his lay name, Piero di Giovanni (Lorenzo Monaco means Laurence the Monk), and was living outside the monastery. The monastery was renowned for its manuscript illuminations and several miniatures in books have been attributed to him, but he was primarily a painter of altarpieces, good examples of which are in the National Gallery in London and the Uffizi in Florence. His main works in fresco are the scenes of the Life of Mary in the Bartolini Chapel of Sta Trinita, Florence.

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