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Giovanni Francesco Maineri

 Painting - The Virgin And Saint Joseph Adoring The Christ Child by Giovanni Francesco Maineri

The Virgin And Saint Joseph Adoring The Christ Child

Giovanni Francesco Maineri Painting - The Resurrected Christ With An Angel by Giovanni Francesco Maineri

The Resurrected Christ With An Angel

Giovanni Francesco Maineri or Gianfrancesco de' Maineri or Gian Francesco Maineri (active 1489–1506) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance, active in Ferrara.

Putatively born in Parma to a painter Pietro de Maineri. He worked in Ferrara for the ruling Este family. His style recales that of the contemporary Ercole de' Roberti.[1] Lorenzo Costa, another Roberti pupil, completed an altarpiece by Maineri, when the latter left for Mantua in 1498.[2]
St Jerome in Penitence, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon


Resurrected Christ with Angel.
References

Italian Paintings: A Catalogue of the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum, curated by Federico Zeri, Elizabeth E. Gardner, for the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), page 30.
Construction the picture: Costa and Maineri., essay by Caroline Campbell in website of National Gallery of Art, London. Painting for altar in refectory of refectory of the Convent of San Francesco in Ferrara.

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