Cima Da Conegliano (1460-1518)

Cima Giovanni Battista da Conegliano was an Italian painter of the Early Renaissance age, born at Canegliano around 1460. He worked in Vicenza with Bartolomeo Montagna, and in Venice, where he adopted much of the style elements of Giovanni Bellini and, later, Titian.

Cima authored works renowned for their gracious and beautiful drawing. His most popular paintings are "The Baptism of Christ"(1494, San Giovanni in Bragora, Venice), "Incredulity of St Thomas with Bishop Magno" (1505, Gallerie dell Accademia, Venice), and "Madonna of the Orange Tree" (1495, Gallerie dell Accademia, Venice).

e.g. Tintoretto, Pieta, etc.
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