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(78) In two paintings of the stigmatisation by Gentile da Fabriano, one executed in 1415 (79) and one in an upper panel in the Valle Romita Polyptych painted around 1405 and now in the Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, the distinctively red rays proceed from a Christ figure that, in the latter example, visibly drips blood (see Figure 6).
Sumptuously embroidered edgings of Mary and Christ's garments show the strong appeal of imported and elaborately floral textile designs, as in Gentile da Fabriano's work mentioned above and in Judith with the Head of Holofernes (possibly by Andrea Mantegna (c.
Could this have been the thinking behind the curious title of the exhibition: "Gentile da Fabriano and the Other Renaissance"?
The detached fresco of David, the second King of Israel and an ancestor of the Messiah, is a work of compelling strength by Gentile da Fabriano, 1370-1427.
Somehow Masaccio's contemporary, Gentile da Fabriano, does not equal the stark sincerity of Masaccio in the thronged magnificence of his more famous Adoration of the Kings in the Uffizi Gallery.
Trained in the Gothic vocabulary of Gentile da Fabriano and Michelino da Besozzo, Pisanello's study of classical motifs in Rome integrated him more fully into the new humanist interests of Italian princes than was usual for an artist.
Roberts concludes, reasonably, that Gentile da Fabriano's influence, and to some extent Starnina's and Lorenzo Monaco's, was more lasting on Masolino than Masaccio's.