This Painting is tempera and gold on wood made in the 1380’s. It depicts four Saints on it, from left to right, Saint Mary Magdalene, Saint Benedict, Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, and Saint Catherine of Alexandria. Originally these wooden panels were part of a large altarpiece, but the center panel of that is missing. They are now joined in a modern frame for viewing. I chose this because of how ornately and detailed Gaddi painted these pieces, each one also looks as if it is alive with a rounded face and color in their cheeks. comparatively to the older paintings before his time Gaddi really makes use of color well and shows an understanding of both light and dark.