Nicolosia Bellini. St. Sebastian, 1480; panel; Musée du Louvre. Andrea Mantegna ( UK: / mænˈtɛnjə /, US: / mɑːnˈteɪnjə /,   Italian: [anˈdrɛːa manˈteɲɲa]; c. 1431 – September 13, 1506) was an Italian painter, a student of Roman archeology, and son-in-law of Jacopo Bellini.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrea_Mantegna
Nicolosia Bellini. St. Sebastian, 1480; panel; Musée du Louvre. Andrea Mantegna ( UK: / mænˈtɛnjə /, US: / mɑːnˈteɪnjə /,   Italian: [anˈdrɛːa manˈteɲɲa]; c. 1431 – September 13, 1506) was an Italian painter, a student of Roman archeology, and son-in-law of Jacopo Bellini.
Andrea Mantegna, (born 1431, Isola di Cartura [near Vicenza], Republic of Venice [Italy]—died September 13, 1506, Mantua), painter and engraver, the first fully Renaissance artist of northern Italy.
Summary of Andrea Mantegna. Andrea Mantegna's productive years, 1448-1506, bridged the Early and High Renaissance periods, and the spirit of his work exemplifies the vexed contrasts between humanism and martial aggression, between piety and the profit motive, which characterized the era. In particular, few bodies of work sum up the simultaneous ...
Andrea Mantegna Paduan, c. 1431 - 1506 Biography Works of Art Artist Bibliography Biography Born in or around 1431 in the small town of Isola di Carturo, near Padua, Mantegna is known for the linear sharpness and rigorous attention to detail of his art.
Andrea Mantegna (c. 1431-1506 CE) was an Italian Renaissance artist most famous for his use of foreshortening and other perspective techniques in engravings, paintings, and frescoes. Another common feature of Mantegna's work is his frequent use of ancient Roman sculpture and architecture as a setting for his innovative presentation of familiar ...
about 1431 - 1506. Image: Andrea Mantegna. Mantegna was born near Padua and worked for local artist Squarcione. Believing his talents were being exploited, the ambitious young artist broke their agreement and in 1453 married into the rival Venetian firm of the Bellinis.
Andrea Mantegna - Renaissance Painter, Mantua Court: Mantegna has been characterized as strongly jealous of his independence; yet by entering the service of the marchese di Montova (Mantua), Ludovico Gonzaga, in 1459, he was forced to submit to limitations on his freedom of travel and acceptance of commissions from other patrons.