Giunta Pisano (jōōn´tä pēzä´nō), fl. 1236–1255, Italian painter of Pisa. Among his signed works are three very large depictions of the Crucifixion executed for the churches of San Ranierino, Pisa; Santa Maria degli Angeli, Assisi; and San Domenico, Bologna. He also painted a Crucifixion with the Franciscan Father Elias for the Church of St. Francis at Assisi, which has perished.
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