The Trinity

Agnolo Gaddi Italian

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This imposing representation of the Trinity (God the Father, his son Jesus on the cross, and the dove of the Holy Spirit) was painted about 1390 and is probably the center of a triptych. Among the leading painters in late-fourteenth-century Florence, Agnolo’s work, with its pastel colors and delicate modeling, was especially important for Lorenzo Monaco, whose four prophets hang nearby.

The Trinity, Agnolo Gaddi (Italian, Florentine, active by 1369–died 1396), Tempera on wood, gold ground

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