Francesco Bacchiacca (1494 – 1557)

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The Gathering of Manna

Francesco Bacchiacca was a Florentine painter of the Renaissance whose work is characteristic of the Mannerist style. He was also known as Bachiacca or Bacchiacca, Francesco d’Ubertino Verdi or Francesco Ubertini, He initially was a craftsman in an atelier of possibly Pietro Perugino. In 1523, he participated with Franciabigio and Jacopo Pontormo in the decoration of the camera of Giovanni Benintendi. He mainly worked in small cabinet pieces, or designs for tapestries. Sogliani’s Deposition, a theme commonly addressed by many Florentine artists, is addressed in a cartoonish form.
His works include:
• The Flagellation of Christ (1512/1515)
• The Gathering of Manna (1540/1555)
• Deposition (1518, Uffizi Gallery)


Portrait of a Lady

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