Filippino Lippi

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Noun1.Filippino Lippi - Italian painter and son of Fra Filippo Lippi (1457-1504)Filippino Lippi - Italian painter and son of Fra Filippo Lippi (1457-1504)
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Works in wood, terracotta, and marble are on show, and include Leonardo del Tasso and Filippino Lippi's Tabernacle of St Sebastian, from Florence's church of Sant'Ambrogio.
Indeed, Filippino Lippi's portrait of Piero del Pugliesi, painted in the middle of the Raising of the Son of Theophilus and Saint Peter Enthroned scene during the latter part of the fifteenth century, itself seems to have been defaced, judging by the severe scratching that mars his face but no other adjacent area.
(Along the same lines, I believe Christ's pose reflects Filippino Lippi's designs for a Pieta.) Acidini makes the interesting and plausible suggestion that Michelangelo's next sculpture, the David, represents how the shepherd described himself to King Saul: as one who bravely killed lions and bears.