Andrea di Cione di Arcangelo (c. 1308 - August 25, 1368), better known as Orcagna, was an Italian painter, sculptor, and architect active in Florence. He worked as a consultant at the Florence Cathedral and supervised the construction of the facade at the Orvieto Cathedral. His Strozzi Altarpiece (1354-57) is noted as defining a new role for Christ as a dictator of Catholic doctrine and papal authority.
Orcagna's works include:
"Altarpiece of the Redeemer" (1354-57) in the Strozzi di Mantova Chapel at Santa Maria Novella, Florence
The tabernacle in Orsanmichele (finished 1359) which was regarded as "the most perfect work of its kind in Italian Gothic".