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Bacchiacca Francesco Ubertini

 

 

Bacchiacca Francesco Ubertini       Pages: 1-2


(1494 - 1557) was a Italian painter of the Renaissance whose work is characteristic of the Florentine Mannerist style.

Bacchiacca was born in Borgo San Lorenzo, near Florence. He was also known as Bachiacca or Bacchiacca, Francesco d'Ubertino Verdi or Francesco Ubertini. He initially was a craftsman in an atelier of possibly Pietro Perugino. In 1523, he participated with Franciabigio and Jacopo Pontormo in the decoration of the camera of Giovanni Benintendi. He mainly worked in small cabinet pieces, or designs for tapestries. Sogliani's Deposition, a theme commonly addressed by many Florentine artists, is addressed in a cartoonish form.

 


Portrait of a Lady

 

 


The Gathering of Manna

 


The Preaching of Saint John the Baptist
c. 1520

 


Woman with a Cat
1540s

 

 

 


Le Bapteme de saint Acace et de ses compagnons

 


Le Martyre de saint Acace et de ses compagnons

 


Saint Acace combattant les rebelles avec l'aide des anges

 


Joseph pardons his brothers

 


Joseph receives his Brothers on their Second Visit to Egypt

 


Scenes from the Story of Joseph: Joseph Sold by His Brethren
1515-16

 


Scenes from the Story of Joseph: The Arrest of His Brethren
1515-16

 


Scenes from the Story of Joseph: The Search for the Cup
1515-16

 


Scenes from the Story of Joseph: The Discovery of the Stolen Cup
1515-16

 


Die Taufe Christi

 


Deposition
c. 1518

 


Ghismonda with the Heart of Guiscardo

 


Miracolo di Sant'Ubaldo

 


Le Christ devant Caiphe

 

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