Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli's Oil Paintings
Sandro Botticelli Museum
c. 1445 – May 17, 1510. Italian painter.

About Us

90,680 paintings total now
Toll Free: 1-877-240-4507


Sandro, welcome & enjoy!

Here are all the paintings of Juan Fernandez de Navarrete 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
32869 Baptism of Christ Juan Fernandez de Navarrete Baptism of Christ mk84 ca.1565 Madrid, Prado Panel 49x37cm
52709 Baptism of Christ Juan Fernandez de Navarrete Baptism of Christ c. 1565 Oil on panel, 49 x 37 cm
62286 Baptism of Christ c Juan Fernandez de Navarrete Baptism of Christ c 1565 Oil on panel, 49 x 37 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid This painting is a trial piece Navarrete executed for Philip II in 1565. The painting shows that he was familiar with the work of the later Michelangelo and his follower Daniele da Volterra. That is not surprising since in the mid-1550s Navarrete stayed in Rome

Juan Fernandez de Navarrete
Spanish painter 1526-1579 was a Spanish Mannerist painter, born at Logroño. An illness in infancy deprived Navarrete of his hearing, but at a very early age he began to express his wants by sketching objects with a piece of charcoal. He received his first instructions in art from Fray Vicente de Santo Domingo, a Hieronymite monk at Estella, and also with Becerra. He visited Naples, Rome, Florence and Milan. Pellegrino Tibaldi met him in Rome in 1550. According to most accounts he was for a considerable time the pupil and assistant of Titian at Venice. In 1568 Philip II of Spain summoned him to Madrid with the title of king's painter and a salary, and employed him to execute pictures for the Escorial. During the 1560s and 1570s the huge monastery-palace of El Escorial was still under construction and Philip II was experiencing difficulties in finding good artists for the many large paintings required to decorate it. Titian was very old, and died in 1576, and Tintoretto, Veronese and Anthonis Mor all refused to come to Spain. Philip had to rely on the lesser talent of Navarrete, whose gravedad y decoro ("seriousness and decorum") the king approved. For eleven years until his death Navarrete worked largely on El Escorial. The most celebrated of the works he produced there are a "Nativity" (in which, as in the well-known work on the same subject by Correggio, the light emanates from the infant Saviour), a "Baptism of Christ" (now Prado), and "Abraham Receiving the Three Angels" (one of his last works, dated 1576).
Sandro Botticelli
All the Sandro Botticelli's Oil Paintings

Supported by oil paintings and picture frames 

Copyright Reserved