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Pietro degli Ingannati

 Painting - The Virgin And Child With Saint Agnes In A Landscape by Pietro degli Ingannati

The Virgin And Child With Saint Agnes In A Landscape

 Painting - Madonna And Child With A Goldfinch With Saints Catherine And Paul Before An Extensive Landscape by Pietro degli Ingannati

Madonna And Child With A Goldfinch With Saints Catherine And Paul Before An Extensive Landscape

 Painting - Holy Conversation by Pietro degli Ingannati

Holy Conversation

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Young Woman Dressed as Saint Catherine

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Portrait of a girl

Pietro degli Ingannati, also Pellegrino di Giovanni di Antonio, (active 1529–1548) was an Italian Renaissance painter who is known for his paintings of the Virgin and Child and his portraits.

Life and work

Ingannati's exact dates of birth and death are not known. Ingannati was probably born in Veneto. The importance of the artist has only relatively recently been recognized as his work used to be confused with that Francesco Bissolo, an artist who also worked in a style reminiscent of Giovanni Bellini.[1] He trained in the studio of Alvise Vivarini.

His early works show the influence of Giovanni Bellini, especially in the composition, although his art is closer to artists like Lazzaro Bastiani, Marco Basaiti or Benedetto Rusconi. Later, his style became closer to that of Bellini, approaching the way of painting of Vincenzo Catena and showing the superficial influence of innovations introduced by Giorgione.[2]

Ingannati returned often to the theme of the Sacra Conversazione, which is a depiction of the Virgin and Child (the Virgin Mary with the infant Jesus) surrounded by a group of saints. This motif was typical of Venetian painting and had been popularized by Titian. Ingannati's many representations of this theme included repetitive patterns, especially in the figures.

Artists like Ingannati and Rocco Marconi remained attached to an archaic style that copied the essence but not the innovations of the most advanced Venetian masters such as Francesco Vecellio or Palma Vecchio, without losing the taste for the classic color of the Venetian school.


- Pietro degli Ingannati, Madonna and Child with a goldfinch, with Saints Catherine and Paul, before an extensive landscape at Sotheby's

Anchise Tempestini. "Ingannati, Pietro degli." Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press. Web. 11 Mar. 2016

Further reading

Joseph Freedberg Sydney (1978). Painting in Italy, 1500-1600. Editorial Chair, MMadridadrid. ISBN 84-376-0153-3
Irina Artemieva and Mario Guderzo, veneto Cinquecento. Pintures de l'Ermitage. Ed Skira / Mnac. (2001)
Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection in the National Museum of Art of Catalonia, catalog (2004), ISBN 84-96233-15-4, Pages 94-97.


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