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    The Tribute Money is a fresco by the Italian renaissance painter Masaccio,

  • Alexandra Simmons

    Tribute Money painted by Masaccio 1426 Fresco 100 x 235 Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence, Italy

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    renaissance art history | Early Renaissance Art (Italy)

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    Masaccio & Masolini. "The Tribute Money" fresco Brancacci Chapel of the basilica of Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence, completed by his senior collaborator, Masolino. 1427. it Masaccio's best work, vital in development of renaissance art. describes a scene from the Gospel of Matthew, in which Jesus directs Peter to find a coin in the mouth of a fish in order to pay the temple tax. It owes its importance in particular to its revolutionary use of perspective and chiaroscuro.

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