ALBERTINELLI Mariotto
Italian Early Renaissance Painter, 1474-1515 Italian painter. Albertinelli's contribution to the Florentine High Renaissance was inspired by the work of FRA BARTOLOMMEO, and the two artists worked together in a partnership, their paintings appearing to be the product of a single hand. Albertinelli, however, always retained artistic independence, as is revealed in certain paintings that are eccentrically archaic and in others that show a preference for conventions more typical of the early Renaissance.

 

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ALBERTINELLI Mariotto The Adoration of the Child with an Angel oil painting   

Painting ID::  29025
ALBERTINELLI Mariotto
The Adoration of the Child with an Angel
mk65 Oil on panel 33 7/8in Pitti,Palatine Gallery

   
   
     

 

 

ALBERTINELLI Mariotto The Nativity oil painting   

Painting ID::  29026
ALBERTINELLI Mariotto
The Nativity
mk65 Oil on panel 9 1/16x19 11/16in Uffizi,Gallery

   
   
     

 

 

ALBERTINELLI Mariotto The Visitacion oil painting   

Painting ID::  41951
ALBERTINELLI Mariotto
The Visitacion
mk166 1491 Painting on wood 172x165cm Museum of the Louvre, Paris

   
   
     

 

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ALBERTINELLI Mariotto
Italian Early Renaissance Painter, 1474-1515 Italian painter. Albertinelli's contribution to the Florentine High Renaissance was inspired by the work of FRA BARTOLOMMEO, and the two artists worked together in a partnership, their paintings appearing to be the product of a single hand. Albertinelli, however, always retained artistic independence, as is revealed in certain paintings that are eccentrically archaic and in others that show a preference for conventions more typical of the early Renaissance.