Stefani, Tommaso De
Stefani, Tommaso De', an Italian painter, was born at Naples about 1230. He painted the chapel of the Minutoli in the Duomo, mentioned by Boccaccio, with a series of frescos representing the passion of our Savior. In the Society of St. Angelo at Nilo are the paintings of St. Michael and St. Andrew that are attributed to him. He died probably about 1310. He may be regarded as the earliest of the Neapolitan school. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Générale, s.v.