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PREDIS, Ambrogio de Portrait of a Young Man sgt oil painting


Portrait of a Young Man sgt
Painting ID::  8663
PREDIS, Ambrogio de
Portrait of a Young Man sgt
c. 1500 Panel, 50 x 37 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

   
   
     

PREDIS, Ambrogio de Portrait of a Woman age oil painting


Portrait of a Woman age
Painting ID::  8664
PREDIS, Ambrogio de
Portrait of a Woman age
c. 1490 Oil on panel, 51 x 34 cm Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan

   
   
     

PREDIS, Ambrogio de Portrait of a Man ate oil painting


Portrait of a Man ate
Painting ID::  8665
PREDIS, Ambrogio de
Portrait of a Man ate
c. 1500 Oil on wood, 60 x 45 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

   
   
     

PREDIS, Ambrogio de Portrat of a young man oil painting


Portrat of a young man
Painting ID::  38477
PREDIS, Ambrogio de
Portrat of a young man
mk137 ca. 1500 oils on wood chalkboard 50x37cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

   
   
     

PREDIS, Ambrogio de Portrait of a lady oil painting


Portrait of a lady
Painting ID::  83513
PREDIS, Ambrogio de
Portrait of a lady
1490(1490) Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 51 x 34 cm (20.1 x 13.4 in) cyf

   
   
     

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     PREDIS, Ambrogio de
     Italian Early Renaissance Painter, ca.1455-1508 Painter and illuminator, half-brother of Cristoforo de Predis. He began his career as an illuminator, working with Cristoforo. His first documented works are seven miniatures for a Book of Hours (1472; destr.) for Vitaliano Borromeo (1451-95) and a Book of Hours for Francesco Borromeo. He was paid for the latter in 1474, and the codex can probably be identified with the Horae Beatae Virginis Mariae (ex-H. P. Kraus, New York, 1987; Suida, 1959). From 1479 he artist worked in the Milanese mint, together with his brother Bernardino. For some years Giovanni Ambrogio also worked at the court of Ludovico Sforza ('il Moro'), especially as a portrait painter. This is borne out by the charcoal drawing of Bianca Maria Sforza (1492; Venice, Accad.), which dates from a period before her marriage to Emperor Maximilian I. The portrait was ordered by her future husband, through Frederick III, Duke of Saxony, to give him an idea of her appearance. It was favourably received, and later a painting of the same subject (Washington, DC, N.G.A.) was commissioned from Giovanni Ambrogio.

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