ANDREA MANTEGNA

Andrea Mantegna, uno de los más grandes pintores del Quattrocento italiano, vino al mundo en 1431 en una pequeña localidad del Véneto entre Vicenza y Padua. De orígenes humildes, muy pronto quedaría huérfano, siendo criado por su hermano mayor y por Francesco Squarcione, pintor y coleccionista paduano a cuyo taller se incorporaría Andrea cuando tan sólo contaba con 10 años.
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Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez. Antonia Ipeñarrieta and Galdos and his son Don Luis, 1632

Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez. Antonia Ipeñarrieta and Galdos and his son Don Luis, 1632

Andrea Mantegna. La corte dei Gonzaga. Dett. 1460. Affresco della Camera degli Sposi. Mantova, Palazzo Ducale

Andrea Mantegna. La corte dei Gonzaga. Dett. 1460. Affresco della Camera degli Sposi. Mantova, Palazzo Ducale

Andrea Mantegna 1431-1506 | Italian Painter and engraver

Andrea Mantegna

Andrea Mantegna 1431-1506 | Italian Painter and engraver

Manegna's Madonna, my favorite painting in Berlin

Manegna's Madonna, my favorite painting in Berlin

Andrea Mantegna Pieta, 15th century, 6”x 4”

Andrea Mantegna Pieta, 15th century, 6”x 4”

Lamentation Over the Dead Christ - Andrea Mantegna

Lamentation Over the Dead Christ - Andrea Mantegna

Andrea Mantegna - Adoration of the three kings

Andrea Mantegna - Adoration of the three kings

Detail of   Lamentation of the Dead Christ   by Andrea Mantegna

Lamentation of the Dead Christ by Andrea Mantegna

Detail of Lamentation of the Dead Christ by Andrea Mantegna

Andrea Mantegna | Trivulzio Madonna, 1497, tempera on canvas, 287 cm × 214 cm, Civico Museo d'Arte Antica, Milan. | The current name comes from the Trivulzio Collection of Milan, to which it belonged from 1791 to 1935.

Andrea Mantegna | Trivulzio Madonna, 1497, tempera on canvas, 287 cm × 214 cm, Civico Museo d'Arte Antica, Milan. | The current name comes from the Trivulzio Collection of Milan, to which it belonged from 1791 to 1935.

The Madonna of the Cherubim c. 1485, Andrea Mantegna.

The Madonna of the Cherubim c. 1485, Andrea Mantegna.

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