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Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (c. 1440 – 1522) was an Italian painter, of the Umbrian school. He lived and worked at Perugia, where most of his authentic works are still preserved in the Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria. Fiorenzo is known from a few signed works, including the Madonna of the Recommended (1476) and a niche with lunette, two wings and predella (1487), as well as from the documentary evidence that he was decemvir of that city in 1472, in which year he entered into a contract to paint an altarpiece for the church of Santa Maria Nuova, the pentatych of the Madonna and Saints.

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  • Ο Φιορέντσο ντι Λορέντσο (Fiorenzo di Lorenzo, περ. 1445 - 1522) ήταν Ιταλός ζωγράφος και αρχιτέκτονας, που έζησε και εργάστηκε κυρίως στην Περούτζα. (el)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (né en 1440 à Pérouse, Ombrie - mort en 1525) était un peintre italien de la Renaissance, peut-être le premier maître du Pérugin. Ce fut un peintre important de l'école ombrienne et romaine. (fr)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (* um 1440 in Perugia; † 1522 ebenda) war ein italienischer Maler. Er wird der Umbrischen Schule zugerechnet, ein im Perugia seiner Zeit typischen Malstil der italienischen Renaissance. (de)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (Perugia, c. 1445-Perugia, febrero de 1522) fue un pintor renacentista italiano, activo fundamentalmente en su ciudad natal. (es)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (c. 1440 – 1522) was an Italian painter, of the Umbrian school. He lived and worked at Perugia, where most of his authentic works are still preserved in the Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria. Fiorenzo is known from a few signed works, including the Madonna of the Recommended (1476) and a niche with lunette, two wings and predella (1487), as well as from the documentary evidence that he was decemvir of that city in 1472, in which year he entered into a contract to paint an altarpiece for the church of Santa Maria Nuova, the pentatych of the Madonna and Saints. Of his birth and death and pupilage nothing is known. Renaissance art biographer Giorgio Vasari does not even mention Fiorenzo's name, though he probably refers to him when he says that Cristofano, Perugino's father, sent his son to be the shop drudge of a painter in Perugia, who was not particularly distinguished in his calling, but held the art in great veneration and highly honoured the men who excelled therein. Certain it is that the early works both of Perugino and of Pinturicchio show certain mannerisms which point towards Fiorenzo's influence, if not to his direct teaching. The list of some fifty pictures which modern critics have ascribed to Fiorenzo includes works of such widely varied character that the scholars' suggestions of the masters under whom Fiorenzo is supposed to have studied varies. Pisanello, Verrocchio, Benozzo Gozzoli, Antonio Pollaiuolo, Benedetto Bonfigli, Andrea Mantegna, Francesco Squarcione, Filippo Lippi, Luca Signorelli and Domenico Ghirlandaio have all been mentioned. According to the 1911 edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica: Fiorenzo's authentic works are remarkable for their sense of space and for the expression of that peculiar clear, soft atmosphere which is so marked a feature in the work of Perugino. But Fiorenzo has an intensity of feeling and a power of expressing character which are far removed from the somewhat affected grace of Perugino. Of the forty-five pictures bearing Fiorenzo's name in the Pinacoteca of Perugia, the eight charming St Bernardino panels are so different from his well-authenticated works, so Florentine in conception and movement, that the Perugian's authorship is very questionable. (en)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (Perugia, 1445 ca. – prima del 1525 è stato un pittore italiano. (it)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo, född cirka 1440 i Perugia, död 1522 i Perugia, var en italiensk målare, tillhörande den umbriska skolan. Fiorenzo di Lorenzo tog intryck av Andrea del Verrocchio och införde den florentinska renässansen i Perugia. Perugias piakotek bevarar flera målningar av Fiorenzo di Lorenzo, bland annat en triptyk med madonnan och helgon. (sv)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (1440 — 1522 foi um pintor italiano da escola da Úmbria. Viveu e trabalhou em Perugia, onde a maioria de suas autênticas obras estão preservadas na e . Pouco se sabe sobre sua vida. De seu nascimento e patronagem nada se sabe e Vasari nem mesmo o menciona, embora afirma que Cristofano, filho de Perugino, foi enviado para estudar arte com um mestre em Perugia, que provavelmente deve ser Lorenzo. As obras hoje atribuídas a Lorenzo são variadas em estilo e ainda há debate sobre qual foi seu mestre. Pisanello, Verrocchio, Benozzo Gozzoli, Antonio Pollaiuolo, Benedetto Bonfigli, Mantegna, Squarcione, Filippo Lippi, Signorelli and Ghirlandajo podem ter sido mestres de Lorenzo. A maior probabilidade é que tenha estudado com Bonfigli e foi influenciado por Gozzoli. A National Gallery de Londres e museus de Berlim e Frankfurt possuem Madonnas atribuídas a ele, mas esse fato ainda está cercado de dúvidas. (pt)
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  • Ο Φιορέντσο ντι Λορέντσο (Fiorenzo di Lorenzo, περ. 1445 - 1522) ήταν Ιταλός ζωγράφος και αρχιτέκτονας, που έζησε και εργάστηκε κυρίως στην Περούτζα. (el)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (né en 1440 à Pérouse, Ombrie - mort en 1525) était un peintre italien de la Renaissance, peut-être le premier maître du Pérugin. Ce fut un peintre important de l'école ombrienne et romaine. (fr)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (* um 1440 in Perugia; † 1522 ebenda) war ein italienischer Maler. Er wird der Umbrischen Schule zugerechnet, ein im Perugia seiner Zeit typischen Malstil der italienischen Renaissance. (de)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (Perugia, c. 1445-Perugia, febrero de 1522) fue un pintor renacentista italiano, activo fundamentalmente en su ciudad natal. (es)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (Perugia, 1445 ca. – prima del 1525 è stato un pittore italiano. (it)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo, född cirka 1440 i Perugia, död 1522 i Perugia, var en italiensk målare, tillhörande den umbriska skolan. Fiorenzo di Lorenzo tog intryck av Andrea del Verrocchio och införde den florentinska renässansen i Perugia. Perugias piakotek bevarar flera målningar av Fiorenzo di Lorenzo, bland annat en triptyk med madonnan och helgon. (sv)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (c. 1440 – 1522) was an Italian painter, of the Umbrian school. He lived and worked at Perugia, where most of his authentic works are still preserved in the Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria. Fiorenzo is known from a few signed works, including the Madonna of the Recommended (1476) and a niche with lunette, two wings and predella (1487), as well as from the documentary evidence that he was decemvir of that city in 1472, in which year he entered into a contract to paint an altarpiece for the church of Santa Maria Nuova, the pentatych of the Madonna and Saints. (en)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (1440 — 1522 foi um pintor italiano da escola da Úmbria. Viveu e trabalhou em Perugia, onde a maioria de suas autênticas obras estão preservadas na e . Pouco se sabe sobre sua vida. De seu nascimento e patronagem nada se sabe e Vasari nem mesmo o menciona, embora afirma que Cristofano, filho de Perugino, foi enviado para estudar arte com um mestre em Perugia, que provavelmente deve ser Lorenzo. A National Gallery de Londres e museus de Berlim e Frankfurt possuem Madonnas atribuídas a ele, mas esse fato ainda está cercado de dúvidas. (pt)
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  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (de)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (es)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (en)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (it)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (fr)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (pt)
  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo (sv)
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