Bramantino [1]

Nationality : Italian painter and architect, 1456-1530

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  • Title : Adoration of the Magi
  • Info : 51224-Bramantino-Adoration of the Magi.jpg

Oil Painting ID: 51224


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  • Title : Crucifixion
  • Info : 51225-Bramantino-Crucifixion.jpg

Oil Painting ID: 51225


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  • Title : Holy Family
  • Info : 51226-Bramantino-Holy Family.jpg

Oil Painting ID: 51226


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  • Title : Madonna and Child with Two Angels
  • Info : 51227-Bramantino-Madonna and Child with Two Angels.jpg

Oil Painting ID: 51227


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  • Title : Madonna and Child
  • Info : 51228-Bramantino-Madonna and Child.jpg

Oil Painting ID: 51228


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  • Title : Madonna del Latte
  • Info : 51229-Bramantino-Madonna del Latte.jpg

Oil Painting ID: 51229


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  • Title : Noli me Tangere
  • Info : 51230-Bramantino-Noli me Tangere.jpg

Oil Painting ID: 51230


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Bramantino
Bartolomeo Suardi, best known as Bramantino (c. 1456 - c. 1530), was an Italian painter and architect, mainly active in his native Milan. He was born in Milan, the son of Alberto Suardi, but his biography remains unclear, and was long complicated by two "Pseudo-Bramantinos". He was trained by Donato Bramante, adopting a diminutive form of his master's name. This training gave him influences from by the Urbino quattrocento tradition of immobile realism, and later he assimilated some elements of the style of Leonardo, after he arrived in Milan, although in other respects he remained faithful to his training in the style of Central Italy. He is documented in late 1508 as helping in the decoration of the Vatican Stanze though nothing remains of his work there, and by 1509 he was back in Milan. His style changed considerably during his career, and also shows strongly individual traits. His main influences were the serene and sometimes unnatural quietist classicism of Piero della Francesca, Leonardo da Vinci, and Ercole de' Roberti, but his works also display a sometimes disquieting immobile expressiveness comparable only to the last of these three.

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