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All Francesco Vanni 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Madonna and Child with St Lucy, Francesco Vanni
 Madonna and Child with St Lucy   c. 1600 Oil on canvas, 76 x 64 cm
Self-Portrait with Parents and Half-brother, Francesco Vanni
 Self-Portrait with Parents and Half-brother   mk65 Oil on canvas 33 11/16x40 15/16in Uffizi,
St Hyacinthus Raising a Drowned Child, Francesco Vanni
 St Hyacinthus Raising a Drowned Child   Date second half of 16th century Medium Oil on paper Dimensions Height: 40 cm (15.7 in). Width: 29 cm (11.4 in). cjr
St Hyacinthus Raising a Drowned Child, Francesco Vanni
 St Hyacinthus Raising a Drowned Child   second half of 16th century Medium oil on paper cyf
The marriage mistico of Holy Catalina of Sienna, Francesco Vanni
 The marriage mistico of Holy Catalina of Sienna   mk166 1602 I Wave on cloth 67x61cm Galeria Palace Pitti, Florence
The Mystic Marriage of St.Catherine of Siena, Francesco Vanni
 The Mystic Marriage of St.Catherine of Siena   mk67 Oil on canvas 26 3/8x24in Pitti,Palatine Gallery

Francesco Vanni
Italian Baroque Era Painter, 1563-1610 was an Italian painter of the Mannerist style, active in Rome and his native city of Siena. He was half-brother of the painter Ventura Salimbeni, and the stepson of Arcangelo Salimbeni, another Sienese painter. His stepfather died when Francesco was young, and as a 16 year old went first to Bologna, then to Rome. There he apprenticed with Giovanni de' Vecchi during 1579-80, though like other Tuscan painters of his day, he was influenced in part by Federico Barocci from Urbino, and he was among the last painters who also reflected the influence of the Sienese School of painting. He was named a Cavalieri. In Rome, he worked later with Salimbeni, Bartolomeo Passerotti, and Andrea Lilio. He was commissioned by Pope Clement VIII to painted an altarpiece for the St. Peter's, later transferred to mosaic, Simon Magus rebuked by St. Peter. He painted several other pictures for Roman churches; including St. Michael defeats rebel angels for the sacristy of S. Gregorio; a Piet?? for Santa Maria in Vallicella; and the Assumption for S. Lorenzo in Miranda. Returning to Siena, where he ultimately died, he afterwards worked at Parma, Bologna, and again at Rome. At Siena, he painted a S. Raimondo walking on the Sea for the church of the Dominicans. Vanni painted a Baptism of Constantine (1586-7) for the church of San Agostino in Siena. He painted a Christ appearing to St. Catherine for the chapel of il Refugio at the Santuario Cateriniano of Siena, and a Baptism (1587) for the former church of San Giovannino e Gennaro.

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