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Bicci di Lorenzo, approximately 1368-1452


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    • Bicci di Lorenzo, ca. 1368-1452
    • Lorenzo, Bicci di, approximately 1368-1452
    • Lorenzo di Bicci, Bicci di, approximately 1368-1452
    • Di Bicci, Bicci di Lorenzo, approximately 1368-1452
    • Bicci, di Lorenzo, approximately 1368-1452
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          • Bicci di Lorenzo, ca. 1368-1452
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          • found: Torriti, P. La pinacoteca nazionale di Siena, 1990:p. 295 (Bicci di Lorenzo, 1368?-1452)
          • found: Diz. encic. Bolaffi dei pittori ... 1972:v. 2, p. 122 (Bicci di Lorenzo; Florentine painter, son of Lorenzo di Bicci; 1368-1452)
          • found: RLIN data base, 08/12/91(hdg.: Bicci di Lorenzo, 1373-1452; usage: Bicci di Lorenzo)
          • found: San Francesco d'Assisi, la vita e le opere. Commentario, 2012:page 167 (Bicci di Lorenzo; Stefano d'Antonio di Vanni in workshop of Bicci di Lorenzo) pages 206-207 (collaboration with other artists of his workshop, which produced large number of works; Stefano d'Antonio di Vanni entered Bicci's workshop when very young, from at least 1420; partnership of Bicci with Bonaiuto di Giovanni and Stefano d'Antonio di Vanni went back to 1426)
          • found: Getty ULAN, 26 July 2022(authorized access point: Bicci di Lorenzo (Italian painter, 1373-1452); preferred name: Bicci di Lorenzo; other names: Bicci Di Lorenzo, Bicci di Lorenzo di Bicci, Becci, Lorenzo di, di bicci; nationality: Italian (preferred), Florentine; roles: artist, painter, fresco painter; gender: male; born: Florence (Firenze province, Tuscany, Italy); died: Florence (Firenze province, Tuscany, Italy); notes: Italian fresco painter, father of Neri di Bicci; comment on works: religious; related people: apprentice was: Guidi, Giovanni di ser Giovanni di Mone (Italian painter, 1406-1486), 1420-1421; apprentice was: Marco da Montepulciano (Italian painter, active 15th century); child of: Lorenzo di Bicci (Italian painter, ca. 1350-ca. 1427); parent of: Neri di Bicci (Italian painter, 1418-1492); partner and teacher of: Stefano d'Antonio di Vanni (Italian painter, 1405-1483); ID: 500002727) - http://vocab.getty.edu/ulan/500002727
          • found: DNB GND, 11 January 2021(authorized access point: Bicci, di Lorenzo; other names: Bicci, di Lorenzo di Bicci, Lorenzo, Bicci di; dates: 1373-1452 (variant birth year: 1368); occupation: painter; record ID: 122312902) - http://d-nb.info/gnd/122312902
          • found: National Gallery of Art website, 26 July 2022:Collection: Bicci di Lorenzo (Bicci di Lorenzo; Florentine, 1373-1452; was trained in Florence in the well-established workshop of his father, Lorenzo di Bicci, which he probably took over around 1400; first dated work is the Porciano triptych (Santa Maria Assunta, Stia) of 1414; still surviving: fragmentary polyptych in Pinacoteca della Collegiata in Empoli (1423); frescoes in former monastery of Sant'Onofrio, called "di Fuligno," in Florence (just before 1429); frescoed lunette of Porta San Giorgio, in Florence (1430); now dismembered polyptych of San Niccolò a Cafaggio (1433); during 1430s, copious commissions; in 1440s, was still obtaining important commissions in Arezzo; by 1447 management of Bicci's workshop was firmly in hands of his son, Neri) - https://www.nga.gov/collection/artist-info.27579.html
          • found: Oxford art online, 11 January 2021(Bicci di Lorenzo (b Florence, 1373; d Florence, May 6, 1452); Italian painter and architect, son of Lorenzo di Bicci; he continued the workshop founded by his father; developed productive capacities of workshop by inaugurating remarkable series of partnerships and collaborations with other painters; perhaps the most prolific and long-lived painter of early 15th century; in 1418, seems to have begun fruitful period of activity for hospital complex of S Maria Nuova, Florence, which also employed him as an architect; in 1424, was enrolled as member of Compagnia di S Luca; his last catasto of 13 August 1451, drawn up by son, Neri, gives his age as 82; died the following year, buried in S Maria del Carmine)
          • found: Wikidata, 26 July 2022(Bicci di Lorenzo; Q856749; description: Italian Renaissance painter (1373-1452); also known as: Bicci Di Lorenzo, Lorenzo di Becci, di bicci; date of birth: 1373; place of birth: Florence; date of death: 1452; place of death: Florence; father: Lorenzo di Bicci; child: Neri di Bicci; occupations: painter, sculptor; student: Donatello (0 references), Neri di Bicci; student of: Lorenzo di Bicci; work location: Florence; notable work: Church of Sant'Egidio) - http://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q856749
          • found: Wikipedia, 11 January 2021(Bicci di Lorenzo (1373-1452); Italian painter and sculptor, active in Florence; born in Florence in 1373; in 1424 was registered in the Guild of Painters at Florence; died in Florence in 1452, buried in Santa Maria del Carmine; among his major works are an Enthroned Madonna now in National Gallery at Parma; Three Scenes from the Life of St Nicholas, a triptych in cathedral of Fiesole; and a Nativity in the church of San Giovannino dei Cavalieri in Florence) - https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Bicci_di_Lorenzo&oldid=996364136
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          • 1991-08-13: new
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