Mariotto di Nardo (active 1394–1424) was an Italian painter. He was the son of the sculptor Nardo di Cione.
His style belongs to the Florentine Gothic, and shows the influence of Spinello Aretino and Lorenzo Monaco. He worked at the Duomo of Florence, at the church of Santa Maria Maggiore and at the Orsanmichele.
In 1400 he worked with Lorenzo Ghiberti on an altarpiece for Pesaro.
The works of Mariotto di Nardo include:
Frescoes in the pharmacy of Santa Maria Novella in Florence
Altarpiece (1394–1395) in the church of San Donnino at Villamagna
Il Giardino d'Amore, now in Liechtenstein
Virgin in glory with the Apostles
Virgin with Child four saints and three angel musicians
Saint John the Baptist and Saint John the Evangelist (1408), in the Getty Museum
Saint Lawrence and Saint Stephen (1408), in the Getty Museum
Saint Francis receives the stigmata, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Doctors of the Church (1404), Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence
The legend of Saint Stephen (1408), in the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo.
Annunciation (1400–1410), Hermitage, Saint Petersburg
Madonna and Christ Child with Angels and Saints Mary Magdalene, Francis, Dorothy, and Anthony Abbot (1394-1424), Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama.
Saint Bartholemew and Saint Anthony(1408), Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis.
Scenes from the life of Jesus Christ:
*Noli me tangere
The Passion, a series of small panels, in the museums of Nantes, Princeton, New Brunswick, the Fondazione Roberto Longhi in Florence and various private collections.
^ Giorgio Vasari, Vite dei più eminenti pittori, scultori, e architettori
^ Andrea De Marchi (1998) Gentile da Fabriano
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