This essay takes into account the fragments of a mid-fourteenth-century fresco cycle in the church of San Domenico in Penne, representing biblical stories, the legend of Saint John the Evangelist and, probably, the visions of Apocalypse. These frescoes reveal stylistic parallels with contemporary Neapolitan miniature and painting, and seem to attest the mobility of artists and the transfer of form between Naples, with its giottesque masterpieces in the church of Santa Chiara and in the Palatine Chapel in Castel Nuovo, and the Adriatic side of the angevin Kingdom.

Rotte angioine. Trasmissione di modelli figurativi e mobilità degli artisti tra Napoli e il versante adriatico del Regno: il caso di San Domenico a Penne

Di Simone, Paolo
2016

Abstract

This essay takes into account the fragments of a mid-fourteenth-century fresco cycle in the church of San Domenico in Penne, representing biblical stories, the legend of Saint John the Evangelist and, probably, the visions of Apocalypse. These frescoes reveal stylistic parallels with contemporary Neapolitan miniature and painting, and seem to attest the mobility of artists and the transfer of form between Naples, with its giottesque masterpieces in the church of Santa Chiara and in the Palatine Chapel in Castel Nuovo, and the Adriatic side of the angevin Kingdom.
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