Filippino Lippi Cam Fillion


-Filippino Lippy was born in 1459 in Plato, Italy.

-He spent most of his life in Florence.

-His patron is mostly Boticcelli who he did lots of works with but he also had some influence from Medici.

-most of his young artistic training came from his father

-he was strictly a painter

-He completed Masaccio's and Masolino's unfinished frescoes in the Brancacci Chapel, S. Maria del Carmine, so successfully imitating Masaccio's style

-Lippi passed away on April 18, 1504


-This image is called ¨Deposition from the Cross¨

-it was made in 1504

-They are trying to take Christ off the cross witch shows Fillipino Lippi´s point of view on religion

-This image shows christianism because it is religious trying to save Christ.

-I never found information on where it is today but is is probably in a museum somewhere safe.

-this picture is interesting to me because there is so many people that try to help Christ.

Works Cited

Fillipino Lippi. The Desposition From the Cross. Digital image. All Posters. N.p., n.d. Web. 4 Dec. 2016.

"Filippino Lippi." International Dictionary of Art and Artists, Gale, 1990. Gale Biography In Context,. Accessed 1 Dec. 2016.

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