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Tommaso da Modena (1325-1379) was an Italian painter of the mid-14th century, who trained in Venice, but also worked for the court of the Emperor Charles IV in Prague. In Karlstein Castle, there are two pictures on wood are attributed to him, an Ecce Homo and a Madonna. A St Catherine is in the Accademia in Venice. He painted a series of portraits for the Dominicans in Treviso.   more from wikipedia »