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DOMENICO DI BARTOLO   (b. ca. 1400, Asciano, d. ca. 1447, Siena) Nationality : Italian

Sienese painter, some of his paintings were long attributed to his tutor, Taddeo di Bartolo. According to Vasari, although unconfirmed by other sources, he spent a period of time in Florence and had even worked in the Carmine church, where he is said to have painted the main altar (lost). He painted one of the most beautiful panels of the Early Renaissance, the Madonna dell' Umilta. It is signed and dated 1433 and is one of the earliest truly Masaccesque paintings for which we have a firm date.

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