Circa 1365 Tempera on wood, 195 x 134 cm. Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence The name Pietà comes from the source website, but it would be more appropriate to call this painting a Lamentation, because Mary is not cradling the body. As Giotto di Bondone's Lamentations from 1290 and 1306, we see St. Mary Magdalene (flowing blond hair) kneeling at Jesus' feet, the Virgin at his head, and St. John in between kissing his hand. From the church of San Remigio in Florence. Identified by Vasari as a work of Giotto di maestro Stefano, called Giottino. Standing on the left are Saints Remy (Remigio) and Benedict.
This picture is extremely large in size!