Giotto paintings are some of the finest to have come from pre-Renaissance Italy and are another example of the role that Florence played in influencing the overall development of European art towards all the movements which we enjoy today.
Giotto's period is roughly classified as Late Gothic but his style was highly original and sought to bring new qualities to the rather stale paintings which dominated at that time. You can also find Giotto paintings here.
The consequences of having his career as long ago as the 13th and 14th century is that there is a great lack of reliable information on the artist himself and also many of his works have deteriorated substantially.
Fortunately there is still plenty enough information to appreciate the significant role that Giotto played as an innovator of the art world and more is discovered on him even today.
The reputation of Giotto di Bondone has continued to remain strong over many centuries and his name is now set in stone in the international art hall of fame.
Giotto paintings and frescos included Scrovegni Chapel frescoes and Campanile.
You can see a fuller comprehensive list of all paintings and frescos currently attributed to Giotto further down the page, with some of Giotto's most finest oil paintings including The Kiss of Judas, Dante Alighieri, Attendant figures in a scene from the Arena Chapel, The Flight into Egypt, Adoration of the Magi, The last supper and Alte Pinakothek.
Giotto was seen as a major artist during his career and attracted some of the best commissions going, particularly whilst in Florence and Rome.
Giotto's frescos and paintings remain very popular as reproductions even today, with the artist's fans typically choosing handmade reproduction oil paintings, framed giclee art prints, tapestries, and in some rarer cases, posters.
All links included within this website that accompany Giotto images will take you through to Art.com, our recommended art retailer, where you can buy your own copies of original Giotto di Bondone works.