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Francesco Francia
Paysage montagneux sous la neige avec diligence

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Francesco Francia Paysage montagneux sous la neige avec diligence
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Francesco Francia

1450-1517 Italian Francesco Francia Locations He trained with Marco Zoppo and was first mentioned as a painter in 1486. His earliest known work is the Felicini Madonna, which is signed and dated 1494. He worked in partnership with Lorenzo Costa, and was influenced by Ercole de Roberti and Costa style, until 1506, when Francia became a court painter in Mantua, after which time he was influenced more by Perugino and Raphael. He himself trained Marcantonio Raimondi and several other artists; he produced niellos, in which Raimondi first learnt to engrave, soon excelling his master, according to Vasari. Raphael Santa Cecilia is supposed to have produced such a feeling of inferiority in Francia that it caused him to die of depression His sons Jacopo Francia and Giulio Francia were also artists.  Related Paintings of Francesco Francia :. | The Virgin and Child and Saint Anne Enthroned with Saints Sebstian,Paul,John,Lawrence and Benedict | Paysage montagneux sous la neige avec diligence | Crucifixion with Sts John and Jerome | Evangelista Scappi | Crucifixion with Sts John and Jerome |
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