HOLY TRINITY WITH THE ,|
ST JOHN AND DONORS
c.1425~28, 667*317cm, Fresco
This shows one of the first paintings which were made according to these mathematical rules. It is a wall-
painting in a
Florentine Church, and represents the Holy Trinity with the
and St John under the cross, and the donors - an elderly merchant and his wife - kneeling outside. The artist who
painted this was called Masaccio (1401~28), which means 'clumsy Thomas'.