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Lorenzo Lotto

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Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Ancona – Church of S. Francesco alle Scale

Ancona
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Cingoli - Lady of the Rosary, 1539 Lorenzo Lotto

Cingoli
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Jesi - Lorenzo Lotto - Deposizione nel Sepolcro (Deposition in the Sepulchre), Civic Art Gallery

Jesi
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Jesi - Lorenzo Lotto - Visitazione, Pinacoteca Civica

Jesi
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Jesi - Lorenzo Lotto - Annunciazione, Pinacoteca Civica

Jesi
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Jesi - Lorenzo Lotto - Pala di Santa Lucia, Pinacoteca Civica

Jesi
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Loreto - Lorenzo Lotto - Adorazione dei Magi

Loreto
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Jesi - Lorenzo Lotto - Madonna delle rose, Pinacoteca Civica

Jesi
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Loreto - Lorenzo Lotto - Battesimo di Cristo

Loreto
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Loreto - Lorenzo Lotto - Cristo e l’adultera

Loreto
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Loreto - Lorenzo Lotto - Il Sacrificio di Melchisedec

Loreto
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Loreto - Lorenzo Lotto - Presentazione al Tempio

Loreto
Opere d'arte

Loreto - Lorenzo Lotto - San Cristoforo, San Rocco, San Sebastiano

Loreto
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Mogliano - Lorenzo Lotto - Madonna con Bambino e Santi

Mogliano
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Monte San Giusto - Lorenzo Lotto- Crocifissione

Monte San Giusto
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Lorenzo Lotto and The Marches

Recanati
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Lorenzo Lotto and The Marches

Recanati
Born in Venice around 1480, the young artist Lorenzo Lotto chose to move to Treviso: in the town of inland Veneto Lotto formed a relationship with the humanist circle of Bishop Bernardo De Rossi from Parma, which straight away provided him with advantageous and profitable commissions.
In 1508 Lotto was based in Rome, at the Vatican, to paint the rooms of the new apartment of Julius II. The period between 1509-1516 presented a somewhat “dark age” with regard to the movement of the Venetian artist. The following decade, the one called the years in Bergamo, was undoubtedly the happiest and most creative phase of Lotto. At the end of 1525 he decided, after 20 years of absence, to return to Venice, where the rising star of Tiziano, with his sensuous and joyful painting, precluded him the favour of the clients. He died in the Marche in 1556 and was buried, at his request, in a Dominican habit.

The Lotto realized in the Marche many works, testimony to his genius and his remarkable personality.

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