Polyptych of Mercy
An early expression of a new form of painting, the work clearly represents the revolutionary force of Piero’s art.
Resurrection of Chris
Within an iconography that follows a predefined traditional scheme, Piero’s figures assume extremely modern poses, typical of his own art right from its very first expressions.
The fresco, characterised by highly geometric volumes, represents an imposing and austere Christ in all His strength.
An absolute, detached, and transcendental figure, in his physical built and striking geometry, the figure identified as San Giuliano is an unmistakable example of the uniqueness of Piero’s mature style.
The fresco (removed from Palazzo Pretorio) has a fundamental civic importance and is an example of Piero’s work in his native town; it is the only fragment left of a more complete, though now lost, work.