Fra Angelico painted the Coronation of Mary as Queen of Heaven multiple times.  

          Three versions are shown below:  one panel and two altarpieces.   

          Other coronations: 
                 Armadio;
                 Angelico painted the Coronation of Mary on one reliquary
                 One tondo. 
                 One fresco at San Marco Convent.  (See, eventually, the Fra Angelico 102 site.) 


         

Coronation of the Virgin, 1420s
27 x 37 cm (10-5/8" x 14-5/8")
Cleveland Museum of Art  

Cleveland information page.





         



Uffizi and Louvre Coronations

          Angelico's two most famous Coronations could be called the "blue" and the "gold" Coronations. They are instead named after the museums in which they currently reside: the Louvre (blue) and the Uffizi (gold).
Coronation of the Virgin (Louvre) (blue)
c. 1425-30  (better: 1434-35?)  
213 x 211 cm.  (7' x 6' 11")
Musée du Louvre,
Paris, France

Predella: Life of St. Dominic 

See special page devoted to this altarpiece.

Coronation (Uffizi) (gold)
c. 1435
112 x 114 cm.  (3' 8" x 3' 9")
Uffizi
Florence, Italy
Predella: 2 scenes from life of Mary

See special page devoted to this work.