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June 28, 1577 – May 30, 1640. Flemish Baroque painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Vecchietta 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
29041 Madonna and Child Enthroned with SS.Bartholomew,James,Eligius,Andrew,Lawrence and Dominic Vecchietta Madonna and Child Enthroned with SS.Bartholomew,James,Eligius,Andrew,Lawrence and Dominic mk65 Temera on panel 61 3/8x90 9/16in Uffizi,
41268 St.Bernardino of Siena Preaching Vecchietta St.Bernardino of Siena Preaching mk161

Vecchietta
Italian Early Renaissance Painter and Sculptor, ca.1410-1480 Italian painter, sculptor, goldsmith and architect. He was formerly believed to have been born c. 1412 in the Tuscan town of Castiglione d'Orcia, but del Bravo has identified him with the Lorenzo di Pietro di Giovanni who was baptized in Siena in 1410. His name appears in a list of the members of the Siena painters' guild in 1428. From the evidence of later works he is generally supposed to have been apprenticed to Sassetta, but his early work has not been identified. Between c. 1435 and 1439 he executed for Cardinal Branda Castiglione (1350-1443) a series of frescoes at Castiglione Olona, near Varese in Lombardy. He has been considered an assistant of MASOLINO DA PANICALE in this enterprise, but the scenes of the martyrdoms of SS Lawrence and Stephen in the apse of the Collegiata, below Masolino's vault frescoes, show that Vecchietta's closely packed compositional style was already fully formed. He also painted the frescoes (partially published by Bertelli) in the chapel of the Cardinal's palace in the town, depicting the Evangelists (vault) and friezes of male and female saints (side walls). Although abraded and fragmentary, they nevertheless indicate the naturalistic effects of atmospheric lighting and foreshortening that, more than any other Sienese painter of his day, he had learnt from Masolino and the Florentine painters.
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