Category:Triptych of the Virgin by Jacopo Bellini

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Artist
Jacopo Bellini and workshop  (1400–1470) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q313310
Jacopo Bellini and workshop
Description Italian painter
Date of birth/death circa 1400 1470
Location of birth/death Venice Venice
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Gentile Bellini and workshop  (1429–1507) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q290407
Gentile Bellini and workshop
Description Italian painterVenetian School
Date of birth/death 1429 before 23 February 1507
Location of birth/death Venice Venice
Work location Venice, Constantinople
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Giovanni Bellini and workshop  (–1516) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q17169
Giovanni Bellini and workshop
Alternative names Giambellino
Description Italian painter, draughtsman, architect and designer
Date of birth/death circa 1430 29 November 1516
Location of birth/death Venice Venice
Work period between circa 1455 and circa 1516
Work location Venice (between circa 1455 and circa 1516), Padua (1460), Pesaro (1488-1489)
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Title Triptych of the Virgin
Description
the Virgin (central panel), St Jerome and St Louis (side panels), Man of Sorrows between Two Angels (lunette)
Date between 1464 and 1470
Medium tempera on panel
Accademia of Venice Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q338330
Accademia (Venice).jpg
Native name Gallerie dell'Accademia
Location Campo della Carità, Dorsoduro 1050, Venice, Italy
Coordinates 45° 25′ 52″ N, 12° 19′ 41″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Established
Website gallerieaccademia.it
Authority control
room 23 Church of the Carità
Accession number 621c
Object history Saints:: acquired by from deposit Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista

lunette: Template:ProvenaceEvent
References Accademia
Web Gallery of Art:  Inkscape.svg Image Information icon.svg Info about artwork
Jacopo, gentile e giovanni bellini, polittico della madonna, da s.m. della carità, 1464-70 ca., 01.JPG