Vasari's album page not only connected Botticelli and Lippi visually (as the former's drawing of a youthful head and studies of limbs was placed among the latter's figural compositions), but also acknowledged their artistic legacy: Botticelli was apprenticed to Fra Filippo Lippi
, the father of Filippino; three years after his father's death in 1472, Filippino would enter Botticelli's workshop.
On the list of 206 are two Picassos, two Gaugins, two Botticellis, three Degases, one Matisse, one Cezanne, one Van Gogh, one El Greco, one Fra Filippo Lippi
(1460), one Raphael, one Titian, one Manet, 52 Gobillards, 18 Grandma Moses and three Monets.
Nevertheless, Vasari says that, had Pesellino not died at an early age, he would have been as great as, or greater than, his master, Fra Filippo Lippi
. At the very end of Pesellino's vita Vasari continues his praise of the artist.
El cuento, podria decirse sin riesgo a 'faltar a la verdad', refiere la historia del pintor Fra Filippo Lippi
desde que llega a Florencia, donde se enamora de Mona Francesca.
In Melanie-Melancholy, 2007, for example, a twenty-first-century woman sits in a courtyard on loan from Fra Filippo Lippi
's fifteenth-century Madonna and Child with Stories of the Life of St.
Through the eyes of stars such as Titian and Fra Filippo Lippi
from the Italian Renaissance and Sandro Chia from contemporary times, angels are transformed into the many distinct images that enlighten our perceptions today.
Other important Italian artists of the quattrocento are Donatello, Brunelleschi, Alberti, Ghiberti, Andrea del Castagno, Mantegna, Masaccio, Fra Filippo Lippi
, Perugino and Ghirlandaio, amongst others.