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Lorenzo Costa The Reign of Comus (mk05) oil painting


The Reign of Comus (mk05)
Painting ID::  20089
Lorenzo Costa
The Reign of Comus (mk05)
Canvas 60 x 93 1/2''(152 x 238 cm)Begun by Mantegna;finished after his death in 1506 by Costa.Entered the Louvre in 1801

   
   
     

Lorenzo Costa Allegory of the Court of Isabella d'Este (mk05) oil painting


Allegory of the Court of Isabella d'Este (mk05)
Painting ID::  20090
Lorenzo Costa
Allegory of the Court of Isabella d'Este (mk05)
Canvas,65 x 78 ''(165 x 198 cm)Entered the Louvre in 1801

   
   
     

Lorenzo Costa Portrait of Giovanni II Bentivoglio oil painting


Portrait of Giovanni II Bentivoglio
Painting ID::  29811
Lorenzo Costa
Portrait of Giovanni II Bentivoglio
mk67 Tempera on panel 21 5/8x19 5/16in

   
   
     

Lorenzo Costa The yard of Isabella D- Este oil painting


The yard of Isabella D- Este
Painting ID::  38483
Lorenzo Costa
The yard of Isabella D- Este
mk137 after 1505 oils on linen 164x197cm muse you Louvre, Paris

   
   
     

Lorenzo Costa Portrait of a Man oil painting


Portrait of a Man
Painting ID::  71655
Lorenzo Costa
Portrait of a Man
between 1400(1400) and 1499(1499) tempera and Oil on poplar 47.9 x 33 cm (18.86 x 12.99 in)

   
   
     

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     Lorenzo Costa
     Bologna 1460-Mantua 1535 was an Italian painter of the Renaissance. He was born at Ferrara, but moved to Bologna by the his early twenties, and would be more influential to the Bolognese school of painting. However, many artists worked in both nearby cities, and thus others consider him a product of the School of Ferrara. There are claims that he trained with Cosimo Tura. In 1483 he painted his famous Madonna and Child with the Bentivoglio family, and other frescoes, on the walls of the Bentivoglio chapel in San Giacomo Maggiore, and he followed this with many other works. He was a great friend of Francesco Francia, who was much influenced by him. In 1509 he went to Mantua, where his patron was the Marquis Francesco Gonzaga, and he eventually died there. His Madonna and Child enthroned is in the National Gallery, London, but his chief works are at Bologna. His sons, Ippolito and Girolamo, were also painters, and so was Girolamo's son, Lorenzo the younger (1537-1583).

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