Filippino Lippi Biography

Painter (c. 1457–1504)
Renaissance painter Filippino Lippi influenced Tuscan Mannerists in the 16th century. His most famous work was “The Vision of St. Bernard.”


Filippino Lippi was born around 1457 in the Republic of Florence. He studied under his father, Fra Filippo Lippi, and Botticelli. His apprenticeship ended in 1473. He worked with other painters on the frescoes at Lorenzo de' Medici's villa. Around 1483 he worked on frescoes at the Brancacci Chapel. His most famous work is the altarpiece “The Vision of St. Bernard.” He died in 1504.


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