Renaissance Artist - Filippino Lippi - Self Portrait - Auto Portrait

Fra Filippo Lippi, self-portrait in fresco, He looks almost too good to be true, like an angel.

Piettro Perugini.  Last words, reasoning for refusing to see a priest: I am curious to see what happens in the next world to one who dies unshriven.

Last words, reasoning for refusing to see a priest: I am curious to see what happens in the next world to one who dies unshriven.

Filippino Lippi 1459-1504 It ran in the family; Filippino was the son of Fra Felipo, and did very well. Was an apprentice in the workshop of Botticelli.

Filippo Lippi - The Dispute with Simon Mago, and the Crucifixion of St. Peter, (fresco) by Filippino Lippi (thought to be a self-portrait) /.

BERNARDINO di Betto, called Pinturicchio or Pintoricchio. He was born in Perugia, by Benedetto di Biagio, in 1454 (Vasari). B. died on December 11 1513 in Siena, where he is buried in the parish of Sts. Vincent and Anastasius (oratory of the contrada dell'Istrice). -- 6th Settember 2014 - 6th January 2015 -- Pintoricchio, The Assumption of San Gimignano and Siena years

BERNARDINO di Betto, called Pinturicchio or He was born in Perugia, by Benedetto di Biagio, in 1454 (Vasari). died on December 11 1513 in Siena, where he is buried in the parish of Sts. Vincent and Anastasius (oratory of the contrada dell'Istrice).

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A female portrait on wood panel from Hawara, a site near the Fayum oasis, Egypt, dated 54 to 68 AD

Rogier van der Weyden, Rogier de Bruxelles (1399 or 1400 -1464) — Portrait of a Man, c.1450   :  The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp,   Antwerp.  Brlgium (730×1108)

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Théodore Géricault, Self Portrait As A Dying Man,1824 on

Theodore Gericault’s Last Self Portrait as a Dying Man, 1824 - dead man walking. Looks like Vangoth

Salvador Dali: "Das Intimste der Intimsphäre ist das Geld. Wenn man weiß, wie viel Geld ein Mensch hat, weiß man von ihm fast alles."

Altered Photo of Salvador Dali drawing a penis on the forehead of a woman and signing it with Picasso’s signature. Original Photo by Philippe Halsman, USA. Painting Medusa on her head.

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