Under the conventional name of “Painter of the Crucifixion of Pesaro,” Miklos Boskovits (in M. Laclotte- E. Mognetti, Inventaire des collections publiques francaise. Avignon, Musee du Petit Palais. Peinture Italienne, Paris 1987, p. 138) gathered a small number of works by a follower of Lorenzo Veneziano, of unknown name. The work of this “obscure” artist is distinguished by a constant searching to capture impressions and a kind of eccentric primitivism, which help convince us that this artist’s production was not intended so much for Venice as for the regional territories of the republic. Dating from ca 1400, this artist’s most famous work is the Cross in the Episcopal Hall in Pesaro (Minardi 1998, p. 226-227), characterised by its crude and bold style.