(1401 - c. 1428)
Masaccio was the most revolutionary painter of the Early Renaissance. The Virgin and Child in the National Gallery is the central fragment of one of his most important works, a polyptych made at the age of 25 for the church of the Carmine in Pisa.

Masaccio is recognised as one of the founders of the Florentine school of art. His monumental figures...
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