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Giampietrino, possibly Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli (active 1495–1549), was a north Italian painter of the Lombard school and the Leonardo circle, succinctly characterized by Sidney J. Freedberg as an "exploiter of Leonardo's repertory."

He was a very productive painter of large altarpieces, Madonnas, Holy Women in half figure, and mythological women. For a long time the true identity of the artist was unknown; he was only known as the so-called "Giampietrino" who turns up in lists of the members of Leonardo's studio. In 1929 Wilhelm Suida suggested that it could perhaps be Giovanni Battista Belmonte, since a Madonna signed with this name and dated 1509 had been associated stylistically with Giampietrino. Since then, this assumption is considered outdated, and Giampietrino is identified predominantly with a "Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli", who is known through documents.

Giampietrino can be regarded as a talented but limited painter who contributed substantially to the distribution of the late style of Leonardo da Vinci. He adapted numerous displays of Leonardo, and in addition, he left behind numerous capable compositions of his own. Many pictures are preserved in multiple versions.

Selected works

  • Amsterdam, Rijks Museum
    • Mary with the child. (attributed)
  • Berlin, picture gallery
    • Holy Mary Magdalene in the prayer.
    • The holy Katharina of Alexandria
    • Weeping Christ with a founder.
    • The birth Christ. (attributed)
  • Burgos, Cathedral
    • Mary Magdalene.
  • Cambridge (Massachusetts), Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museum
    • The Holy Family.
  • Chantilly, Musée Condé
    • Head of a woman. (Fragment)
  • Gazzada, Museo mansion CFagnola
    • The holy family.
  • Gloucester, Highnam Court
    • Mary with the child (Madonna with the lily). (attributed)
  • Isola Bella, Collezione Borromeo
    • Dido.
    • Sophonisba.
  • Kassel, picture gallery old person master
    • Leda with the swan.
  • Lewisburg, Bucknell University Art Gallery
    • Cleopatra. around 1525
  • London, Courtauld institutes Galleries
    • Mary with the child and the holy Hieronymus. (attributed)
    • Mary with the child (Madonna with the lily). (attributed)
  • London, National Gallery
    • Christ, Carrying a Cross. around 1510 - 1530
    • Salome. around 1510 - 1530
  • London, Private Collection
    • Salome.
    • Ecce homo.
  • London, Royal Academy
    • The communion.
  • Madison (Wisconsin), Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin–Madison
    • Lukretia. around 1525
  • Milan, Collezione Brivio Sforza
    • The Nymph Hegeria.
  • Milan, Collezione Nembrini
    • Venus and Cupid.
  • Milan, Collezione privata
    • Christ with the thorn crown.
  • Milan, Collezione Rob Smeets
    • Mary with the child (Madonna with the cherries).
  • Milan, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi
    • Polyptychon: Throne end Mary with the child, holy one and Christ as world rulers.
  • Milan, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana
    • Mary with the child.
    • The Anbetung of the child with the holy Rochus and making music angels.
    • The holy John the Evangelist.
    • Ecce homo.
  • Milan, Pinacoteca del Castello Sforzesco
    • Holy Mary Magdalene
  • Milan, Pinacoteca di Brera
    • Holy Mary Magdalene reading.
    • Paying for Mary Magdalene.
    • Mary with the child and the lamb. (unfinished)
    • Mary with the child.
  • Milan, Sant' Alessandro
    • Christ at the scourge column.
  • Morimondo, Abbazia di Santa Maria di Morimondo
    • Christ, sitting at the grave.
  • Nancy, Musée des Beaux-Arts
    • Christ as world ruler.
  • Neapel, Museo Nazionale di Capodimonti
    • Holy Mary Magdalene in the prayer.
    • Mary with the child and the holy John the Täufer and Hieronymus.
  • New York, Metropolitan Museum OF Art
    • Diana as Huntress.
  • Oberlin, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College
    • Cleopatra. around 1520 - 1540 (attributed)
  • Ospedaletto Lodigiano, parish church
    • Mary with the child and the holy Hieronymus and John of the Täufer.
  • Paris, Musée National du Louvre
    • Cleopatra.
  • Pavia, Curia Vescovile
    • Mary with the child and the holy Hieronymus and John of the Täufer.
  • Ponce, Museo di Arte de Ponce
    • The holy John of the Täufer. around 1530
  • Ponte Capriasca, Sant' Ambrogio
    • Mary with the child of Loreto with the holy John of the Täufer and Katharina of Alexandrien.
  • Portland,Oregon Portland Art Museum
    • St. Mary Magdalene.c. 1521; holding jar of oil
  • Haven country, haven country Art museum
    • Holy Mary Magdalene. around 1521
  • Prague, Sternbersky Palace
    • St. Mary Magdalene
  • Rome, Galleria Borghese
    • Mary with the child.
  • Seattle, Seattle Art museum
    • Mary with the child and the Boy John. around 1510 - 1515
  • San Francisco, Fine Arts museum
    • St. Catherine of Alexandria.
  • St. Petersburg, Eremitage
    • Mary with the child. around 1520 - 1530
    • Christ with the symbol of the holy trinity
    • Praying Mary Magdalene.
    • The holy John the Evangelist. (attributed)
  • São Paulo, Museu de Arte
    • Mary with the child and the Boy John. around 1500 - 1520
  • Turin, Galleria Sabauda
    • Christ, carrying the Cross.
  • Waco, Texas, Baylor University, Armstrong-Browning Library, Kress Collection
    • Christ, the Man of Sorrows. around 1540
  • Washington, Howard University Gallery of Art
    • Mary Magdalene. around 1530 (attributed)

Budapest,Hungary,Museum of Fine Arts("Madonna and Child With Saints Jerome and Michael")




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