Pinxit

Pinx'it [ Latin , perfect indicative 3d sing. of pingere to paint.] A word appended to the artist's name or initials on a painting, or engraved copy of a painting; as, Rubens pinxit , Rubens painted (this).
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Pinxit

• A word appended to the artist`s name or initials on a painting, or engraved copy of a painting; as, Rubens pinxit, Rubens painted (this).
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Pinxit

Pinxit is Latin for He painted it
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Pinxit

Its use by Duccio (c. 1255-1260 – c. 1318-1319) on the Maestà in Siena Cathedral is seen as an `audacious` claim by the author, who asserts an individual status on a par with that of the city. By the Late Middle Ages in Venice and elsewhere pinxit (or other forms of pingere, in Gothic lettering) had become customary, and was often found on a .....
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