Ugolino di Nerio
He belonged to the Siena School, also known as Ugolino da Siena. He was a close follower of Duccio. At the same time, his subjects lack clarity, his colors are less clear, and his faces and gestures lack Duccio’s precision.
Ugolino’s major works are St. Mary Magdalene, c. 1320 (Boston, MA: Museum of Fine Arts); The Betrayal of Christ, c. 1324–25 (London: National Gallery).
- Robert Cumming. Art: complete encyclopedia. – 512 p. – Moscow: Astrel, 2005.