Description of Original: Tempera and gold on panel 80 x 52.5 cm.
Location: Fondazione Magnani Rocca, Parma, Italy.
Fra Filippo Lippi, 1406 8 October 1469 also called Lippo Lippi, was an Italian painter of the Italian Quattrocento (15th century).
Filippo Lippi's pictures show the navet & eacute; of a strong, rich nature, redundant in lively and somewhat whimsical observation. He approaches religious art from its human side, and is not pietistic though true to a phase of Catholic devotion. He was perhaps the greatest colourist and technical adept of his time, with good draughtsmanship. As a naturalist, he had less vulgar realism than some of his contemporaries, and with much genuine episodic animation, including semi-humorous incidents and low characters. He made little effort after perspective and none for foreshortenings, and was fond of ornamenting pilasters and other architectural features. According to Vasari, Lippi aimed to hide the extremities in drapery to avoid difficulties. His career was one of continual development, without fundamental variation in style or in coloring. In his great works the proportions are larger than life.
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