Bartolomeo Bulgarini was active/lived in Italy. Bartolomeo Bulgarini is known for paintings.
Bartolomeo Bulgarini was a significant artist in mid-14th century Siena.
A number of commissions are documented in sources of the time,
including works for the Palazzo Pubblico in Siena, though none are these
are known to have survived. It was Millard Meiss in 1936 who first
discovered the true identity of Bulgarini, his oeuvre having
previously been given to an anonymous hand known as ‘Ugolino Lorenzetti’
– a name coined by Bernard Berenson in 1917 that was intended to
reflect the joint influence of Ugolino di Nerio and Pietro Lorenzetti.
Two of these tondi were once part of the collection of Baron Paul
Hatvany, a Hungarian exile whose family came to England just before the
Second World War. In his house at Cadogan Place he built an important
collection of Old Master pictures and drawings that included Giovanni
Bellini’s Madonna and Child (Southampton, Art Gallery) and Rubens’s Jacob and Esau (Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland).