Raffaello Botticini (1474–1520) was an Italian Renaissance painter. Not much is known about Botticini's life, except through his works. His father was the painter Francesco Botticini. Raffaello he was first assistant, later successor at the helm of his father's workshop. The Tabernacle of the Sacrament, commissioned to his father Francesco in 1484 and delivered in 1491 to be placed on the altar of the collegiate church of Sant'Andrea in Empoli, now in the Museum of the city, is considered the official passing of the baton between father and son. Also in Empoli are two tables with Saint Jerome and Saint Sebastian, dating back to around 1500, from the Society of St. Andrew in the Collegiate. The tables show a stylistic influence of Florentine painting of the last part of the fifteenth centur

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  • Raffaello Botticini (Florence, noté en 1474 – 1520) est un peintre italien de la haute Renaissance, le fils de Francesco Botticini, son collaborateur et son successeur à la tête de l'atelier familial florentin. (fr)
  • Suo padre fu Francesco Botticini. Raffaello ne fu prima collaboratore, in seguito successore alla guida della bottega paterna. (it)
  • Рафаэль Ботичели (итал. Raffaello di Francesco Botticini; род. 11 сентября 1477, Флоренция — известен до 1520 года) — итальянский художник. (ru)
  • Raffaello Botticini (1474–1520) was an Italian Renaissance painter. Not much is known about Botticini's life, except through his works. His father was the painter Francesco Botticini. Raffaello he was first assistant, later successor at the helm of his father's workshop. The Tabernacle of the Sacrament, commissioned to his father Francesco in 1484 and delivered in 1491 to be placed on the altar of the collegiate church of Sant'Andrea in Empoli, now in the Museum of the city, is considered the official passing of the baton between father and son. Also in Empoli are two tables with Saint Jerome and Saint Sebastian, dating back to around 1500, from the Society of St. Andrew in the Collegiate. The tables show a stylistic influence of Florentine painting of the last part of the fifteenth century (primarily Domenico Ghirlandaio and Bastiano Mainardi). Also produced for the Collegiate are two panels with St. John the Baptist and Saint Andrew (1506). Most likely these are the only two surviving parts of a larger altarpiece that was destroyed, perhaps on the occasion of the modernization of the Collegiate. The Museo di Fucecchio houses the Annunciation with Saints Andrew and Francis, dated in the first decade of the sixteenth century. The original provenance of the work still has not yet been ascertained, perhaps the church of Sant'Andrea and San Salvatore, both in Fucecchio. The church of St. Martin and St. Justus, in Lucardo, in the municipality of Montespertoli, keeps a painting attributed to Botticini of the Madonna and Child with Saints Peter, Matthew, Justus and John the Baptist. (en)
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  • 1477-9-11
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  • 1520-1-1
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  • Italian painter (en)
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  • Raffaello Botticini (Florence, noté en 1474 – 1520) est un peintre italien de la haute Renaissance, le fils de Francesco Botticini, son collaborateur et son successeur à la tête de l'atelier familial florentin. (fr)
  • Suo padre fu Francesco Botticini. Raffaello ne fu prima collaboratore, in seguito successore alla guida della bottega paterna. (it)
  • Рафаэль Ботичели (итал. Raffaello di Francesco Botticini; род. 11 сентября 1477, Флоренция — известен до 1520 года) — итальянский художник. (ru)
  • Raffaello Botticini (1474–1520) was an Italian Renaissance painter. Not much is known about Botticini's life, except through his works. His father was the painter Francesco Botticini. Raffaello he was first assistant, later successor at the helm of his father's workshop. The Tabernacle of the Sacrament, commissioned to his father Francesco in 1484 and delivered in 1491 to be placed on the altar of the collegiate church of Sant'Andrea in Empoli, now in the Museum of the city, is considered the official passing of the baton between father and son. Also in Empoli are two tables with Saint Jerome and Saint Sebastian, dating back to around 1500, from the Society of St. Andrew in the Collegiate. The tables show a stylistic influence of Florentine painting of the last part of the fifteenth centur (en)
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  • Raffaello Botticini (it)
  • Raffaello Botticini (fr)
  • Боттичини, Рафаэлло (ru)
  • Raffaello Botticini (en)
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