Pere Serra was a painter in Gothic-Italian style, who was sprightly in Catalonia in 1357–1406.
He was born into a intimates of painters, including his brothers Jaume, Francesc and Joan. Like most of the Catalan painters of the period, he was influenced by the contemporary Italian painting, especially from Siena. He entered the workshop of Ramón Destorrents in 1357 and, together like his brothers, painted the altarpiece of the monastery of Santa María de Sigena, now in the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya in Barcelona.
Other works from Pere Serra total the Arrival of the Holy Spirit in the cathedral of Manresa (1394), considered his masterwork, an altarpiece bearing in mind Saints in the Monastery of Sant Cugat (1375), a Virgin taking into account Six Musician Angels and Annunciation in the Pinacoteca di Brera in Milan.
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