The Courtauld Gallery was awarded a grant in 2011 to restore and study a surviving work of his Virgin and Child between Saint John the Baptist and Saint John the Evangelist (1510) which was originally made for the church of Sant'Agostino in Sansepolcro.
Some of his works include:
- Madonna with St. Michael and St. Peter, in the annex to the oratory of the church of San Alessandro in Milan
- Madonna (1502), painted relief, Museo Civico, Sansepolcro
- San Jacopo, Basilica of Our Lady of Humility
- Madonna and Child with Saints Anthony Abbot and Nicolas of Bari, church San Giorgio a Porciano, Lamporecchio
- Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes (1513), fresco in dining hall of the convent San Lucchese, Poggibonsi
- St Jerome Penitent, Museum of the Cathedral of San Zeno, Pistoia
- Franciscan saints, fifty medallions by Gerino and his students (1501–1509), corridor of the convent of the sanctuary of Chiusi della Verna
- Guida di Pistoia per gli amanti delle belle arti con notizie, by Francesco Tolomei, 1821, page 176–177.
- Courtauld Gallery News update
- Jodie Rogers Mariotti, historienne d'art, spécialiste de Gerino from Pistoia Pistoia Gerino from the Verna. A sixteenth-century fresco cycle in the light returned, Ed. Pazzini, 2007 (ISBN 88-89198-83-4)
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