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All Fra Bartolomeo 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Lamentation, Fra Bartolomeo
 Lamentation   between 1511(1511) and 1512(1512) Medium oil on wood cyf
Noli Me Tangere, Fra Bartolomeo
 Noli Me Tangere   Date ca. 1506(1506) Medium Oil on wood Dimensions Height: 57 cm (22.4 in). Width: 48 cm (18.9 in). cjr
Pieta, Fra Bartolomeo
 Pieta   Piet?? (1516). Palazzo Pitti, Florence.
Portrat of Girolamo Savonarola, Fra Bartolomeo
 Portrat of Girolamo Savonarola   mk137 ca. 1498 oils on wood chalkboard 47x31cm Museo di San Marco, Florence
Scene with Christ in the Temple, Fra Bartolomeo
 Scene with Christ in the Temple   Scene with Christ in the Temple (1519). Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.
The Anunciacion, Holy Margarita, Maria Mary magdalene, Pablo, Juan the Baptist, Jeronimo and Francisco, Fra Bartolomeo
 The Anunciacion, Holy Margarita, Maria Mary magdalene, Pablo, Juan the Baptist, Jeronimo and Francisco   mk166 First decadas of the century XVI.PAINTING on wood 96x77cm
The Rest on The Flight into Egypt, Fra Bartolomeo
 The Rest on The Flight into Egypt   1500(1500) Medium tempera and oil on canvas cyf
The Vision of St. Bernard ca 1504, Fra Bartolomeo
 The Vision of St. Bernard ca 1504   The Vision of St. Bernard ca 1504 (Uffizi).

Fra Bartolomeo
Italian High Renaissance Painter, 1472-1517, also known as Baccio della Porta, was an Italian Renaissance painter of religious subjects. He was born in Savignano di Prato, Tuscany. He received the nickname of Baccio della Porta for his house was near the Porta ("Gate") San Pier Gattolini. Starting from 1483 or 1484, by recommendation of Benedetto da Maiano, he apprenticed in the workshop of Cosimo Rosselli. In 1490 or 1491 he began a collaboration with Mariotto Albertinelli. In the late 1490s Baccio was drawn to the teachings of Fra Girolamo Savonarola, who denounced what he viewed as vain and corrupt contemporary art. Savonarola argued for art serving as a direct visual illustration of the Bible to educate those unable to read the book. From 1498 is his famous portrait of Savonarola, now in the Museo Nazionale di San Marco in Florence. The following year he was commissioned a fresco of the Universal Judgement for the Ospedale di Santa Maria Nuova, completed by Albertinelli and Giuliano Bugiardini when Baccio became a Dominican friar on July 26, 1500. The following year he entered the convent of San Marco. He renounced painting for several years, not resuming until 1504 when he became the head of the monastery workshop in obedience to his superior. In that year he began a Vision of St. Bernard for Bernardo Bianco's family chapel in the Badia Fiorentina, finished in 1507.

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