Jacopo Del Sellaio (1441-1493)

Jacopo del Sellaio was an Italian painter of the Florentine school, born in 1441 in Florence and deceased in the same city in 1493; he is listed among the artists of the Early Renaissance.

Having studied under Fillipo Lippi and being influenced by Sandro Botticelli, Jacopo del Sellaio worked in different styles, creating miniatures on wooden cases, small icons, and numerous paintings on wood panels.

Many of his works are greatly appreciated: "The Nerli Cassone" (1472, Courtauld Institute Galleries, London), "The Banquet of Ahasuerus" (1490, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence), "Virgin and Child" (1475, Galleria Franchetti, Ca d Oro, Venice).

e.g. Tintoretto, Pieta, etc.
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