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The Master of the Beffi Triptych (active circa 1390 -1425) is an unknown Italian painter of the early 15th century in the region of Abruzzo .The main work of the artists is a three part wooden panel derived from the church of Santa Maria del Ponte in maestro di beffi triptych pittore
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The Master of the Beffi Triptych (active circa 1390 -1425) is an unknown Italian painter of the early 15th century in the region of Abruzzo .

The main work of the artists is a three part wooden panel derived from the church of Santa Maria del Ponte in the town of Beffi, now a frazione of Acciano . The central panel depicts an Enthroned Madonna and Child , while the right panel depicts a Nativity with donor and the left panel depicts an Assumption and Heavenly Coronation of the Virgin .

There is speculation about the identity of the painter. [1] He appears to have been influenced by the style of the Sienese painter Taddeo di Bartolo (1362–1422). In addition to panel paintings, this anonymous painter also illuminated manuscripts and created frescoes in the region. He is identified as the painter of the vault and the walls of the presbytery of the Church of San Silvestro in L'Aquila in the early 1400s.

After the earthquake destroyed the National Museum of Abruzzo in the city of L'Aquila, The Beffi Triptych was loaned in 2010 to the Getty Museum in California. [2]

Madonna delle Grazie [View digitized images] view online item

General views [View digitized images] view online item

S. Pietro [View digitized images] view online item

Madonna della Grazie [View digitized images] view online item

S. Maria Assunta [View digitized images] view online item

S. Paolo [View digitized images] view online item

Today, in the United States, this masterpiece somehow symbolizes the immense cultural heritage of Abruzzo that needs to be saved after the earthquake last year. The triptych, after its exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, where it was admired by more than 300 thousand visitors, is now at the Museum of Art di Reno , Nevada.

There was no information on the Triptych of the artist of Beffi except the fact that it came from the L’Aquila museum.
 

 To understand better its history, we wanted to go in search of the monastery of Santa Maria del Ponte, for which the work was conceived.

The ancient monastery at 30 km from L'Aquila, heading Sulmona, in the area of Tione degli Abruzzi, near the river Aterno, still stands near an isolated small and charming fortified village which took its denomination from the monastery. We are in the heart of Abruzzo, in the Sirente Velino Park.
 

The monastery was mentioned for the first time in a document dating back to 1138. During the following centuries, in the village were built the churches of St. Lucia and S. Pancrazio. The ancient curtain walls, still quite well preserved, show two beautiful ogival portals.

The Church of St. Maria del Ponte has been damaged by the earthquake in several parts, especially the annexed ones, and was condemned. With loving care, the members of the homonymous Cultural Association have patiently collected and preserved the fallen off pieces, hoping that in the near future could be found the necessary resources for the restoration of this splendid testimony of the religious architecture of Abruzzo.

The Master of the Beffi Triptych (active circa 1390 -1425) is an unknown Italian painter of the early 15th century in the region of Abruzzo .

The main work of the artists is a three part wooden panel derived from the church of Santa Maria del Ponte in the town of Beffi, now a frazione of Acciano . The central panel depicts an Enthroned Madonna and Child , while the right panel depicts a Nativity with donor and the left panel depicts an Assumption and Heavenly Coronation of the Virgin .

There is speculation about the identity of the painter. [1] He appears to have been influenced by the style of the Sienese painter Taddeo di Bartolo (1362–1422). In addition to panel paintings, this anonymous painter also illuminated manuscripts and created frescoes in the region. He is identified as the painter of the vault and the walls of the presbytery of the Church of San Silvestro in L'Aquila in the early 1400s.

After the earthquake destroyed the National Museum of Abruzzo in the city of L'Aquila, The Beffi Triptych was loaned in 2010 to the Getty Museum in California. [2]

Madonna delle Grazie [View digitized images] view online item

General views [View digitized images] view online item

S. Pietro [View digitized images] view online item

Madonna della Grazie [View digitized images] view online item

S. Maria Assunta [View digitized images] view online item

S. Paolo [View digitized images] view online item

The Master of the Beffi Triptych (active circa 1390 -1425) is an unknown Italian painter of the early 15th century in the region of Abruzzo .

The main work of the artists is a three part wooden panel derived from the church of Santa Maria del Ponte in the town of Beffi, now a frazione of Acciano . The central panel depicts an Enthroned Madonna and Child , while the right panel depicts a Nativity with donor and the left panel depicts an Assumption and Heavenly Coronation of the Virgin .

There is speculation about the identity of the painter. [1] He appears to have been influenced by the style of the Sienese painter Taddeo di Bartolo (1362–1422). In addition to panel paintings, this anonymous painter also illuminated manuscripts and created frescoes in the region. He is identified as the painter of the vault and the walls of the presbytery of the Church of San Silvestro in L'Aquila in the early 1400s.

After the earthquake destroyed the National Museum of Abruzzo in the city of L'Aquila, The Beffi Triptych was loaned in 2010 to the Getty Museum in California. [2]

The Master of the Beffi Triptych (active circa 1390 -1425) is an unknown Italian painter of the early 15th century in the region of Abruzzo .

The main work of the artists is a three part wooden panel derived from the church of Santa Maria del Ponte in the town of Beffi, now a frazione of Acciano . The central panel depicts an Enthroned Madonna and Child , while the right panel depicts a Nativity with donor and the left panel depicts an Assumption and Heavenly Coronation of the Virgin .

There is speculation about the identity of the painter. [1] He appears to have been influenced by the style of the Sienese painter Taddeo di Bartolo (1362–1422). In addition to panel paintings, this anonymous painter also illuminated manuscripts and created frescoes in the region. He is identified as the painter of the vault and the walls of the presbytery of the Church of San Silvestro in L'Aquila in the early 1400s.

After the earthquake destroyed the National Museum of Abruzzo in the city of L'Aquila, The Beffi Triptych was loaned in 2010 to the Getty Museum in California. [2]

Madonna delle Grazie [View digitized images] view online item

General views [View digitized images] view online item

S. Pietro [View digitized images] view online item

Madonna della Grazie [View digitized images] view online item

S. Maria Assunta [View digitized images] view online item

S. Paolo [View digitized images] view online item

Today, in the United States, this masterpiece somehow symbolizes the immense cultural heritage of Abruzzo that needs to be saved after the earthquake last year. The triptych, after its exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, where it was admired by more than 300 thousand visitors, is now at the Museum of Art di Reno , Nevada.

There was no information on the Triptych of the artist of Beffi except the fact that it came from the L’Aquila museum.
 

 To understand better its history, we wanted to go in search of the monastery of Santa Maria del Ponte, for which the work was conceived.

The ancient monastery at 30 km from L'Aquila, heading Sulmona, in the area of Tione degli Abruzzi, near the river Aterno, still stands near an isolated small and charming fortified village which took its denomination from the monastery. We are in the heart of Abruzzo, in the Sirente Velino Park.
 

The monastery was mentioned for the first time in a document dating back to 1138. During the following centuries, in the village were built the churches of St. Lucia and S. Pancrazio. The ancient curtain walls, still quite well preserved, show two beautiful ogival portals.

The Church of St. Maria del Ponte has been damaged by the earthquake in several parts, especially the annexed ones, and was condemned. With loving care, the members of the homonymous Cultural Association have patiently collected and preserved the fallen off pieces, hoping that in the near future could be found the necessary resources for the restoration of this splendid testimony of the religious architecture of Abruzzo.

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