Smeraldo di Giovanni

Smeraldo di Giovanni (1365-1444) was an Italian painter of the late-Gothic through early-Renaissance period, active in Florence.


He worked with Ambrogio Baldese in Orsanmichele in 1402.[1] He is known to have been active in 1420, when he presumably worked in the same studio as Giovanni Dal Ponte (1385- c. 1438; thought to be the same person as Giovanni di Marco).[2] The Scali chapel of Santa Trinita in Florence has a fresco cycle by Giovanni dal Ponte and Smeraldo di Giovanni.


  1. ^ Rassegna d'arte antica e moderna, Volumes 4 Giovanni Dal Ponte by Carlo Gamba, Milan, December 1904, page 177.
  2. ^ The Burlington Magazine, Volume 9, Giovanni dal Ponte, by Herbert P. Horne, 1906, page 334.