Fragment: 

St. Francis
c. 1427,
Philadelphia Museum of Art 
(70 x 48.9 cm. (27-9/16 x 19-1/4 in.))

Fragment from The Crucifixion, with Saints Nicholas of Bari and Francis of Assisi, in the Confraternity of San Niccolò del Ceppo, Florence

[The Philadelphia (St. Francis) panel was originally part of a silhouetted Crucifixion group made for the oratory of San Niccolò del Ceppo, a boys' club in Florence. It was removed from the Florentine group in the early twentieth century and replaced by a copy.

Original: 

The original remains in Florence.  

From Wikipedia page for the Oratorio: 

Nel 1610 Francesco Curradi realizzò per l'altar maggiore la Crocifissione che sostituì il Crocifisso fra i Santi Nicola e Francesco (1430 ca.) del Beato Angelico, ora al Museo di San Marco.


St. Francis

Saint Francis of Assisi

Fragment from The Crucifixion, with Saints Nicholas of Bari and Francis of Assisi, in the Confraternity of San Niccolò del Ceppo, Florence

c. 1427

Fra Angelico (Guido di Pietro, also called Fra Giovanni da Fiesole), Italian (active Florence and Rome), first securely documented 1417, died 1455

Tempera and tooled gold on panel with vertical grain
27 9/16 x 19 1/4 inches (70 x 48.9 cm)