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Pasqualino Veneto or Pasqualino Veneziano

The Virgin and Child with SS. Mary Magdalene, John the Evangelist, Joseph (?), an Unidentified Saint and the Donor

The Madonna and Child

Lamentation of Christ

Lamentation of Christ, detail

Lamentation of Christ, detail

Virgin and Child before a Landscape

Pasqualino di Niccolo, called Pasqualino Veneto or Pasqualino Veneziano ( from Venice ) (Venice, XV century - XVI century), was an Italian painter.


The documents provide us with information about this painter in the period between 1463 and 1530. From Pasqualino came up to us some Madonnas, preserved in the Museo Correr in Venice, the Civic Museum Sartorio Trieste, the Art Gallery of Concordi of Rovigo, the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, the Národní galerie Prague, the Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht and many private collections, particularly abroad [1].

Critics believe that he came under the influence of the pictorial work of Giovanni Bellini and Cima da Conegliano.

In 1504 he received a major order for the School of Charity of Venice, but probably died the same year, because the order was later then entrusted to Titian.


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