Duccio’s Maesta

Have interests in 14th century Italian Art and History? The famous Maesta (1308-11) altarpiece by Duccio created in celebrate Siena’s victory over Florence in the name of the Virgin Mary and Christ. Check out Kidd Panther: Creativity Connecting’s first art history and art review. More arts, ideas, and creativeness @ kiddpanther.wordpress.com

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Sadly, the altarpiece has been disassembled in the early 18th century by Italian primitives which are sold to collectors and are now scattered all over the world.

Review and History Link: Duccio’s Maesta.

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