Niccolo Rondinelli

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Nicolò Rondinello - Triptych with Madonna and Child Enthroned Between the Archangel Michael and Saint Peter - Walters 37517 - Left Side.jpg Nicolò Rondinello - Triptych with Madonna and Child Enthroned Between the Archangel Michael and Saint Peter - Walters 37517 - Center.jpg Nicolò Rondinello - Triptych with Madonna and Child Enthroned Between the Archangel Michael and Saint Peter - Walters 37517 - Right Side.jpg
Triptych with Madonna and Child Enthroned Between the Archangel Michael and Saint Peter by Nicolò Rondinello in Walters Art Museum

Niccolò Rondinelli (c. 1468- c. 1520) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Ravenna, where he was born. He was a pupil of the painter Giovanni Bellini. Also called Nicolo or Niccoló Rondinello. Among his pupils were Baldassare Carrari and Francesco da Cotignola.

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