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Pinturicchio (1452 ca.-1513) - Pio II canonizza Santa Caterina da Siena , dettaglio- affresco - 1502-1507 - Siena, Duomo, Libreria Piccolomini

Pinturicchio,Pope Aeneas Piccolomini Canonizes Catherine of Siena (detail), with on the left presumed portraits of Rafael and Pinturicchio Piccolomini

pintoricchio-The pageantlike incidents of this mythologized biography display a gorgeous panoply of costumes against fanciful architectural or landscape backgrounds, except when a recognizable setting was required by the narrative (p. 371, 4th edition, 1994)

Detail - "Frederick III Crowning Enea Silvio Piccolomini with Laurel Wreath" - Piccolomini Library - Duomo - Siena

"Aeneas Piccolomini is crowned poet laureate by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III" in fresco by Pinturicchio, Piccolomini Library, Duomo, Siena

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Life of St Benedict, Scene Benedict Foretells the Destruction of Montecassino (detail) Fresco Abbazia, Monteoliveto Maggiore

Life of St Benedict, Scene 12: Benedict Receives Maurus and Placidus 1505-08. Fresco Abbazia, Monteoliveto Maggiore.

Life of St Benedict, Scene Benedict Receives Maurus and Placidus Fresco Abbazia, Monteoliveto Maggiore.

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File:Lazzaro Bastiani - Natività tra i santi Giacomo ed Eustachio, Nicolò e Marco.

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1469 - Birth of Francesco Granacci, Italian Renaissance painter, assistant to Michelangelo,

CARIANI, Giovanni (b. 1485, Venezia, d. 1547, Venezia)   Click!	 The Way to Calvary  c. 1519 Oil on canvas, 63 x 87 cm Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan  Born in the province of Bergamo, Cariani learnt painting in Venice, probably in the workshop of Sebastiano del Piombo. He was one of the most intriguing of the second-rate artists to emerge in the first decades of the sixteenth century.

CARIANI The Way to Calvary c. 1519 Oil on canvas, 63 x 87 cm Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan

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