Monaco (birth name: Piero di Giovanni) was a marvelous Gothic Artist. And, as most artists from that long bygone time, we know very little about him. Though we do know that as he aged the Early Renaissance style began to emerge, which he to some extent rejected, never utilizing the rising-in-popularity linear perspective. His paintings are full of vivid characterizations and that wonderfully strange and potent symbolism that defined, to some extent, Gothic Art.
The Beheading of St. Catherine of Alexandria
Diptych: St. Jerome
Coronation of the Virgin and Adoring Saints
The Meeting Between St. James the Major and Hermogenes