Filippino Lippi

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Italian painter and son of Fra Filippo Lippi (1457-1504)


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A panel by Filippino Lippi, another of Botticelli's pupils, represents a wounded centaur on an enigmatic sea-shore fringed with trees rooted in rocks.
For the London Adoration of the Magi, Cecchi argues convincingly that Botticelli provided the composition drawing and then painted it together with his most important student, Filippino Lippi.
In the artworks shared in this article, artists Filippino Lippi, Benjamin West and Pablo Picasso recorded their interpretations of events that have shaped our civilization so they would remain in the memories of the viewers.
7 "The Drawings of Filippino Lippi and His Circle" (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) These sanguine and graceful drawings from the hand of the painter well known for his fluent treatment of bizarre, frightening, and sensational episodes from the lives of saints are extraordinary in their number and exquisite draftsmanship.
Focusing on Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, Perugino and Filippino Lippi, O'Malley's book makes a meticulous investigation into the price of fame.
Although her study ends with Raphael's mature examples, little is said of the artifice displayed by Filippino Lippi, Leonardo, and, looking ahead, Pontormo, all of whom embraced distinctly restless, highly individualized artistic strategies.
Filippino Lippi was among the most inventive artists of the early Renaissance in Italy at a time when realism inspired by Roman art was replacing the more spiritual artistry of the Middle Ages.
In his 1950 review, Watt notes that Antonio del Pollaiuolo's Portrait of a Young Man in the collection of Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum had been catalogued by Berenson just 14 years earlier as a work of Francesco Botticini, while previously Wilhelm yon Bode had attributed the same picture to Filippino Lippi.
Filippino Lippi, for example, agreed in his contract personally to paint Filippo Strozzi's chapel in S.
20) The scholarly debate need not concern one here, beyond noting the facts that, according to Vasari, Leonardo seems to have inserted himself into a project that already involved Filippino Lippi (and, on Filippino's death in 1504, that would involve Perugino), and that Leonardo re-established his fame in the city with the public exhibition of a cartoon, or full-scale drawing, that was enormously admired.
He provides a new interpretation of the roles played by such masters as Filippino Lippi and Pinturicchio and a new appreciation for such "lesser luminaries" of the early Cinquecento as Amico Apertini and Jacopo Ripanda.
4) Another few decades would pass before Filippino Lippi finished the bottom tier of frescoes left incomplete by Masaccio and Masolino.
An engraving of this subject [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED], which must date close to 1491 and may record a design by Filippino Lippi for this trionfo, suggests something of in appearance, though it should be treated with caution in that, like the trionfo itself, it too is an imaginative representation of a classical subject.
The panel entered the collection in 1858 as a work by Filippino Lippi, but was reassigned to an anonymous follower of Botticelli in Martin Davies's Catalogue of the Earlier Italian Schools, first published in 1951.