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master Bartolomeo Vivarini Italy 1440-1500
0 Conversano Polyptych
0 Madonna Della Misericordia
0 Triptych 1473
0 Triptych Of St Mark 1474
0 Bartolomeo Vivarini Virgin Enthroned With The Child On Her Knee by Italian paintings image oil painting reproduction
4 Madonna Enthroned
4 St Lawrence The Martyr
4 St Nicholas Of Bari
4 Sts Paul And Peter
5 Bartolomeo Vivarini Annunciation by Italian paintings image oil painting reproduction
5 Sts Dominic Augustin And Lawrence
5 The Birth Of Mary
5 The Dead Christ
5 The Meeting Of Anne And Joachim
6 Bartolomeo Vivarini St Ambrose Polyptych by old oil painting masterpiece reproduction supplies
6 Sts Andrew And Nicholas Of Bari
7 Triptych Of St Mark 1474 2
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Bartolomeo VivariniItalian Early Renaissance artist
born 1440 - died 1500
Student of: Francesco Squarcione (1397-1468)
The Vivarini name was well known in Venice throughout the 15th Century, as Antonio Vivarini and his brother Bartolomeo, as well as Antonio’s son Alvise were all accomplished painters. Bartolomeo is noted as having trained his nephew Alvise, who went on to become a leading Venetian painter, amongst Giovanni and Gentile Bellini of the Bellini family of painters.
|Bartolomeo Vivarini is also noted to have trained in oil painting under Antonello da Messina (1430 – 1479), the first Venetian to work in oil in 1473. It is also said that he trained under his brother Antonio as well as later collaborating on paintings with him. His unique style emerged in the influence of Paduan painting, in artists such as Francesco Squarcione (1397 – 1468). There was also a marked turning point in his artistry after Bartolomeo Vivarini was exposed to the painting of Andrea Mantegna (1431 – 1506). It is interesting to note that Mantegna was the son-in-law of Jacopo Bellini, father of Giovanni, in the small community of the Italian Renaissance.|
These Bartolomeo Vivarini paintings, influenced by
Mantegna, were an altarpiece done in 1464 in
the Accademia of Venice, and other
altarpieces throughout Venice, completed
from 1473 – 1477. Though Bartolomeo Vivarini continued to
work late into his life and his last
documented work was done in 1491 in
Lombardy. The name Vivarini, as translated
from Vivarino, means Goldfinch, which
he often used as a signature for Bartolomeo Vivarini work.
Bartolomeo Vivarini painting seen in the Uffizi Gallery is, Saint Louis of Toulouse, painted in 1467. With quite an extensive body of painting, his pieces are seen today, in Milan at the Pinacoteca, Ambrosiana, the Pinacoteca Nazionale di Bologna, the Rijksmuseum, the Getty Museum, the Harvard University Art Museums, Honolulu Academy of Art, the Louvre, Boston Museum of Fine Art, the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., National Gallery of London, the New Orleans Museum of Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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