Giovanni Bellini Paintings

Giovanni Bellini (c. 1430–1516) was an Italian Renaissance painter and the most renowned of the Bellini family of Venetian painters. His father was Jacopo Bellini, his brother was Gentile Bellini, and his brother-in-law was Andrea Mantegna. It is said that he ushered Venetian painting into a new era with his more sensuous and colorful style. Bellini created rich, deep tints through the use of slow-drying and clear oil paints. Learn more »

Paintings by Giovanni Bellini in Chronological Order

St. Jerome in the Wilderness, 1450 Madonna with Child, 1455 Transfiguration of Christ on Mount Tabor, 1455
The Agony in the Garden, 1459 Greek Madonna, 1460 Madonna and Child, 1464
Madonna with Child Blessing, 1460-1464 Presentation at the Temple, 1460-1464 Head of St John the Baptist, 1464-1468
Polyptych of San Vincenzo Ferreri (1), 1464-1468 Polyptych of San Vincenzo Ferreri (2), 1464-1468 Polyptych of San Vincenzo Ferreri (3), 1464-1468
Polyptych of San Vincenzo Ferreri (4), 1468 Madonna, with Child Standing on a Parapet, 1469 Pesaro Altarpiece (Predella)(1), 1471-1474
Madonna and Child, 1475 Madonna with Child, 1475 Madonna with Child (1), 1475
St. Jerome in the Desert, 1480 The San Giobbe Altarpiece Detail of Music Making Angels, 1480 Portrait of a Humanist, 1475-1480
St Francis in Ecstasy, 1485 St Jerome Reading in the Countryside, 1480-1485 The Madonna of the Red Cherubs, 1485
Portrait of a Condottiere, 1475-1485 Transfiguration of Christ, 1487 Portrait of a Young Man in Red, 1485-1490
Man with a Turban, 1490 Portrait of a Young Man, 1500 Portrait of a Young Man (1), 1500
The Annunciation, 1500 Leonardo Loredan, 1501 The Redeemer, 1500-1502
St. Mark Preaching in Alexandria, 1504-1507 The Assassination of St. Peter Martyr, 1509 St. Jerome, St. Christopher and St. Augustine, 1513
Young Bacchus, 1514 Virgin in Glory with Saints, 1510-1515 Portrait of Fra Theodoro da Urbino, 1515
Portrait of a Venetian Gentleman

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