|Cimabue, Christ Mocked, c. 1280|
This post has nothing at all to do with the artwork of medieval Hungary, but the info presented down below is so fascinating that I made the decision to build a modest put up about it. New started circulating this week about the discovery of some stunning medieval paintings, which had been hitherto not known. The most famed discovery worries a tiny panel attributed by Cimabue, which was observed hanging in the kitchen area of French lady. The portray will be auctioned by Acteon in Senlis on Oct 27, with an estimate of 4 to 6 million Euros.
|The Cimabue panels in London and New York|
|Learn of Vyšší Brod, The Virgin and Little one, c. 1350|