Bartolomeo Veneto (Bartolommeo Veneto)( Italian painter, representative of the Venetian school.)
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Biography Bartolomeo Veneto (Bartolommeo Veneto)
Student Venetian master Giovanni Bellini, whose influence can be seen in some of his early works. The earliest work of Bartolommeo - Madonna (1502), is in a private collection in Venice. Paintings The Virgin and Child (1505, Bergamo, Accademia Carrara) and circumcision (1506, Paris, Louvre) - samples of the Venetian style in the works of masters. Later, Bartolomeo, probably lived in Milan, where he was influenced by the Lombard school and devoted himself mainly to portraiture. Among his works are created in the Milan period - Portrait of a Woman (1530) and Portrait of Ludovico Martinengo (1530, London, National Gallery). Artistic manner Bartolomeo thorough examination letter, but he was not a good painter. Men in his portraits often seem extravagant, and he loved to depict bizarre female characters, such as women playing the lute (1520, Milan, Brera Gallery). Bartholomew died in 1531.