Paintings by Andrea del Verrocchio

Andrea del Verrocchio (c. 1435–1488)  was an early Renaissance Italian painter, goldsmith, and sculptor who worked at the court of Lorenzo de Medici in Florence. Few paintings are associated with him directly, however many famous Renaissance painters were taught at his workshop, including Lorenzi di Credi, Pietro Perugino, and Leonardo da Vinci. His greatest work, the equestrian statue of Bartolomeo Colleoni in Venice, is universally accepted as a masterpiece.

Andrea del Verrocchio’s paintings in chronological order:

St Jerome, c.1465 Madonna and Child, c.1470 Putto with Dolphin, c.1470
Tomb of Giovanni and Pietro de Medici, 1472 David, 1475 Madonna and Child, c.1475
The Baptism of Christ, c.1475 The Battle of Pydna, c.1475 Giuliano de Medici, 1478
Lorenzo de Medici, 1480 Portrait of a Woman, c.1480 Tobias and the Angel, c.1480
Madonna and Child, 1483 The Doubting Thomas, 1483 Equestrian statue of the condottiere Bartolomeo Colleoni, 1488
Saint Monica Woman Looking Down

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