Benci di Cione of Como
architect; d. 1388.
About 1350 Cione built the Capella di S. Anna at Or S. Michele in Florence. He was associated with Francesco Talenti at the Duomo, and with Simone Talenti as capomaestro of the Duomo and Loggia dei Lanzi.
ecclesiastic and architect; d. 1381.
Abbot of Gloucester, supposed to have built the vaulting of the choir of the cathedral of Gloucester, England, about 1350.
Richard de Gainsborough (Gaynisburgh)
He was employed on the cathedral of Lincoln, England, in the fourteenth century. His tomb in the cathedral bears the incomplete date June, MCCC . . .
William de Weston
William de Weston built S. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster, in the reign of Edward III.
Towers and Gable, Cathedral, Angouleme, c.1350.
Cathedral, Freiburg, Gothic, 1236-c.1350.