Giovanni Bizzelli

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The Deposition of Christ, pieve di Sant'Ippolito, Vernio.

Giovanni Bizzelli (1556 – around 1 August 1607 or 1612) was an Italian painter of the late-Mannerist period. He was a pupil of Alessandro Allori. He afterwards went to Rome. On his return to Florence he helped Antonio Tempesta in the decoration of the vaults of the Uffizi Corridor.

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  • Pietà (1579, Pieve di San'Ippolito)
  • Annunciation (1584, Uffizi, Florencia)
  • St Macario enthroned with St Jerome and St Francis (1585-1590), Sant'Angelo a Lecore church, Signa
  • Joanna of Austria with her son Philip de Medici (1586, Uffizi)
  • Adoration of the Shepherds (Colegio del Corpus Christi, Valencia)
  • Penitent Magdalen (Museum of Fine Arts, Valencia)
  • Pentecost (c. 1590), San Pietro a Grignano church, Grignano, neighborhood of Prato
  • Coronation of Virgin by Trinity with Saints John the Baptist, John Evangelist, Romualdo e Benedetto (1600), San Giovanni Evangelista Monastery, Pratovecchio
  • Martyr of Saint James the Great (1601) Santa Maria Maddalena de' Pazzi, Florence
  • Baptism of St Augustine (1603), Chiesa di Sant'Agostino, Prato
  • Frescoes at Santa Maria Maddalena de' Pazzi church, Borgo Pinti, Florence

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