5th Century to 16th Century A.D.
Gothic Art is the style of art produced in Europe from the middle ages up to the beginning of the Renaissance. Typically religious in nature, it is especially known for the distinctive arched design of its churches, its stained glass, and its illuminated manuscripts.
Although superseded by Renaissance art, there was a Gothic Revival in the 18 th and 19 th centuries, which was largely rooted in nostalgia.
Chronological Listing of Gothic Artists
Mastro Guglielmo 12 Italian Sculptor
Maestro Esiguo 13
Master of the Franciscan Crucifixes 13 Italian
Benedetto Antelami 1178-1196 Italian Sculptor
Nicola Pisano 1220-1284 Italian Sculptor
Fra Guglielmo 1235-1310 Italian Sculptor
Guido Bigarelli 1238-1257 Italian Sculptor
Giovanni Pisano 1250-1314 Italian Sculptor
Lorenzo Maitani 1255-1330 Italian Sculptor / Architect
Arnolfo di Cambio 1264-1302 Italian Sculptor
Master of San Francesco Bardi 14 Italian Painter
Master of San Jacopo a Mucciana 14 Italian
Simone Martini 1285-1344 Italian Painter