Pietro di Miniato
Pietro di Miniato or Pietro di San Miniato (c. 1366 - 1430-46) was an Italian painter, active in Florence and Prato, in a Gothic style. He collaborated with a relative Antonio di Miniato di Piero, likely his son, active circa 1430 in and around Prato. Among the works attributed to him are a painted crucifix in the St Louis Museum of Art, a polyptych in the Museo Civico of Prato, a painted mural in the church of San Niccolò in Prato, and a mural in the Chapel of San Stefano of the Duomo di Prato, depicting the Virgin and child flanked by saints.
An Annunciation in Santa Maria Novella, Florence, long unattributed, is now identified as the work of Pietro di Miniato.
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- Philadelphia Museum of Art, Crucifixion with the Mourning Virgin and St John the Evangelist (c. 1420), tempera on wood, attributed to Pietro di Miniato.
- Calendario pratese del 1650, Memorie e Studi, by Raneiri Guasti, page 105.
- Fondazione Zeri archive, referencing work in St Louis.
- St Louis Museum of Art, crucifix.
- Piccoli, Grandi Musei di Italia Archived 2014-04-27 at the Wayback Machine, Works in the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo di Prato.
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