As he became a respected painter, he came to the attention of Bramante, the papal architect, who was passing through Loreto (a pilgrimage site near Recanati ).
His portrait of Andrea Odoni (Royal Art Collection, Hampton Court) (1527) would later influence the portrait of Jacopo Strada by Titian (1568) (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna).
Church of San Francesco alle Scale, Ancona The Crossbowman (1551).
Civic Museum Villa Colloredo Mels, Recanati Martinengo Altarpiece (15131516 Santi Bartolomeo e Stefano, Bergamo Saint Jerome in Penitence, (1515).Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco The Alms of Saint Anthony (1542).He had become a rich colourist and an experienced draughtsman, who also developed the concept of the psychological portrait that revealed the thoughts and emotions of his subjects.Mannerist period, but his work maintained a generally similar.Giorgio Vasari, Vite de' più eccellenti pittori, scultori e architetti 1 2 Zuffi, cit., pag.Accademia Carrara, Bergamo Madonna and Child with Saint Roch and Saint Sebastian (c.Since then, many monographs and several exhibitions have been dedicated to Lorenzo Lotto, such as the exhibition in Venice in 1953 and one in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA, in 1998.
1508) in the National Museum in Kraków with Catherine Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus portraited as Saint Catherine, are paintings from this period.
This was a productive period in his life, during which he painted several altarpieces and portraits.
Flavian and Onuphrius (1508).Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Saint Lucy Before the Judge (1532).Humfrey, Peter - Lorenzo Lotto; New Haven, Yale University Press, 1997; isbn (the first full-length study of Lorenzo Lotto since the monograph of Bernard Berenson) Zanchi, Mauro - Lotto.Brother Gregorio Belo of Vicenza,1547, Metropolitan Museum of Art Madonna with Child,.Using contrasting deep diamonds slot poses and opposing movement, he breaks the traditional symmetry of the Virgin surrounded by angels and saints.Selected works edit Venetian Woman in the Guise of Lucretia (1533).At the end of his life, Lotto found it difficult to earn a living.
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