Primaticcio (1504–1570)

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One of ten copies of mosaic wall decorations at the South Kensington Museum. Italian painter, sculptor and architect Francesco Primaticcio (1504–1570) is depicted here standing on the edge of a wooden platform, a paint brush in his right hand and an easel in his left. The inscription reads: 'F. Primaticcio Italian painter B.1504. D.1570.'

Manchester Art Gallery



Primaticcio (1504–1570)


oil on canvas


H 277 x W 100 cm

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