Francesco di Giovanni Botticini (1446—1498)
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Francesco Botticini was an Italian Early Renaissance painter. He studied under Cosimo Rosselli and Andrea del Verrocchio. He was born in Florence in 1446 and is mostly remembered for his painting entitled “Assumption of the Virgin”; he died in 1498 (some sources say 1497). He established his own workshop after a brief period as Neri di Bicci’s assistant; the shop was renowned for its decorative works, a few of which can be seen in the cloistered church of Empoli. Some of Botticini’s works are said to be overshadowed by his Florentine contemporaries, such as Filippino Lippi and Botticelli, who often influenced Botticini’s works.
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