Andrea del Sarto

(ital. Andrea del Sarto, pres. Andrea d'Agnolo di name of Francesco di Luca di Paolo del Migliore Vannukki, Italy. Andrea d'Agnolo di Francesco di Luca di Paolo del Migliore Vannucchi; 1486/87 - 1531) - Italian painter of the Florentine school.
Born in 1486 in Florence. In his youth to his emergence as an artist was influenced by Fra Bartolommeo and Leonardo da Vinci, later - Michelangelo. Friends with Raphael, Titian, Franciabigio. He worked in Florence in 1518-1519 worked in France at the invitation of King Francis I. He returned to Florence in 1519.
Author of a large number of frescoes and easel paintings. Pictures of different color scheme and wealth transfer chiaroscuro. Considerable work - "The Holy Family", "The Birth of Mary" (1514, fresco in the atrium of the church of Santissima Annunziata), "Annunciation" (1515, Florence, Pitti Gallery), "Madonna of the Harpies" (1517, Florence, Uffizi Gallery) the model for which, perhaps, was his wife Lucrezia del Fede, monochrome frescoes from the history of John the Baptist in the yard dello Scalzo community in Florence (1512-1526), the frescoes in the Benedictine monastery of San Salvi Vallumbrosan Order (1515-1526)
Madonna of the Harpies


Madonna della Scala


Madonna and Child in Glory and Saints six


Madonna and Child with Saint Elizabeth and the ionic Baptist


Palatine Gallery (Palazzo Pitti), Florence


Palatine Gallery (Palazzo Pitti), Florence


Palatine Gallery (Palazzo Pitti), Florence


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