Lorenzo di Credi

about 1458 - 1537
Lorenzo di Credi
Lorenzo di Credi 

Lorenzo di Credi started his training with Verrocchio – probably in the early 1470s. He was certainly working there as a painter in 1480, and stayed there until Verrocchio’s death in 1488. Lorenzo was strongly influenced by the young Leonardo da Vinci, who also trained with Verrocchio. His style appears to have developed little.

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The Virgin adoring the Child
Lorenzo di Credi
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about 1480-5
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