Rosso Fiorentino, aka Giovanni Battista di Jacopo
(Italian, 1494 - 1540)
This person is associated with: Renaissance, Mannerism

Born in Florence, Rosso was largely self-trained.  He was employed in the workshop of Andrea del Sarto before moving to Rome. After the Sack of Rome in 1527 the artist moved to France and worked for the court of Francis the I.  He painted frescoes in the royal château at Fontainebleau and this was to have a significant influence on French art at the time.  He is known for his abstract forms, freer technique and strong colours.

Name:Rosso Fiorentino
Dates:1494 - 1540
Nationality:Italian
Sex:Male
This artist has 17 artworks in the database. Add more!
Top owners of works by this artist
Galleria degli Uffizi(Italy - Florence)3 artworks
Pinacoteca e Museo Civico - Volterra(Italy - Volterra)2 artworks
Palazzo Pitti(Italy - Florence)2 artworks
Bradford Art Galleries and Museums(England - Bradford)1 artworks
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool(United Kingdom - Liverpool)1 artworks
Hermitage Museum - St-Petersburg(Russian Federation - St. Petersburg)1 artworks
National Gallery of Art - Washington DC(United States - Washington)1 artworks
National Gallery - London(United Kingdom - London)1 artworks
Walters Art Museum - Baltimore(United States - Baltimore, Maryland)1 artworks
Gemäldegalerie - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin(Germany - Berlin)1 artworks
Uknown owner1 artworks

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Explanation:
This person died over 70 years ago (in 1540).