Antonello da Messina

(Antonello Di Giovanni di Antonio)

1430-1479 Italy-Early Renaissance

 

Brief Biography-Antonello da Messina was form Messina in Sicily, he was taught in Naples, and there he studied Flemish paintings including the works of Jan van Eyck. When he lived back in Messina from 1457 to 1474 he excelled in his work and he established a wide reputation throughout Italy. He visited Venice in 1475 where his Flemish influence was appreciated by other artists who adopted his style. The Venetian state supported him during his stay. He returned to Messina a year later where he remained for the rest of his life.

 

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Christ at the

Christ at the Colum

Sebastian

Saint Sebastian

Madonna

Madonna Salting

Appearance

Appearance of three Angels before Abraham

Crucifixion

Crucifixion

crucifixion two

crucifixion two

Crucifixion

Crucifixion three

Dead Christ-

Dead Christ supported by an Angel

Christ Blessing

Christ Blessing

A Man

A Man

Hieronymus

Repentant Hieronymus

Portrait 2

Portrait of a Man two

Madonna

Madonna and Child

Virgin

Virgin annunciate

Saint Jerome

Saint Jerome in his Study

Condottiero

Condottiero

Madonna sog

Madonna sog Benson Madonna

Mary

Mary of the Annunciation

Mercy

 Mercy

Man Three

Man Three

Man Four

Man Four

Man Five

Man Five

Man Six

Man Six

Man Seven

Man Seven

Man Eight

Man Eight

Man Nine

Man Nine

Man Ten

Man Ten

Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo1

Ecce Homo One

St Sebastian

Saint Sebastian One

San Cassiano Altar

San Cassiano Altar

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