Crivelli was born in Venice, son of the painter Jacobo Crivelli, and received his early training in the Vivarini studio before moving to Padua, where he received his decisive impressions by working within the circle surrounding the workshop of Francesco Squarciones and studying the early...
c.1475. Wood panels. S. Lucia, Montefiore dell'Aso, Italy. Read Note.
c.1475. Tempera on Wood. 106.6 cm x 55.3 cm. Szepmuveseti Muzeum, Budapest, Hungary. (The central part of the altar for the church San Domenico in Ascoli Piceno. The wings with the images of Saints are in the National Gallery, London.).
c.1476. Tempera on wood, 90 x 26 cm. National Gallery, London, UK. Read Note.
1486. Panel transferred to canvas. 207x146 cm. National Gallery, London, UK. Read Note.
1488. Wood panel, 191 x 196 cm. Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, Germany.
c.1490. Wood panel. Galleria Brera, Milan, Italy.
c.1490-92. Tempera and oil on wood. 150 x 107 cm. National Gallery, London, UK.
. Wood. 198 x 65 cm. Louvre, Paris, France. Read Note.
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