Vincenzo di Biagio Catena Painting Reproductions 1 of 1

c.1470-1531

Italian High Renaissance Painter

Vincenzo Catena was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Venice. He was born in 1470 and died in 1531. He was a student of Giovanni Bellini, and is known for his paintings of religious and mythological subjects. He was an important figure in the development of Venetian Renaissance painting, and his work was highly regarded in his lifetime. He is considered one of the leading painters of the Venetian school of the early 16th century.

Vincenzo Catena was a versatile painter, skilled in both sacred and secular subjects. He was particularly known for his large altarpieces, which often incorporated elements of classical mythology. His use of light, color, and dramatic composition in these works was highly influential on later Venetian painters. Some of his most famous works include "The Baptism of Christ," "Madonna and Child with Saints," and "The Assumption of the Virgin."

In addition to his work as a painter, Catena was also active as a teacher and art patron. He is known to have had several pupils, including Palma il Vecchio. Despite his success and reputation, little is known about his personal life, and many of his works remain attributed rather than signed. Nevertheless, his impact on the development of Venetian Renaissance painting is undeniable, and his work continues to be highly regarded by art historians and collectors today.

2 Vincenzo di Biagio Catena Paintings

Christ Bearing the Cross, c.1520/30 by Vincenzo di Biagio Catena | Painting Reproduction

Christ Bearing the Cross c.1520/30

Oil Painting
$1291
Canvas Print
$49.02
SKU: CVB-4882
Vincenzo di Biagio Catena
Original Size: 47 x 38 cm
Liechtenstein Museum, Vienna, Austria

Giorgio Cornaro and his Son Francesco, c.1510/30 by Vincenzo di Biagio Catena | Painting Reproduction

Giorgio Cornaro and his Son Francesco c.1510/30

Oil Painting
$2486
Canvas Print
$49.02
SKU: CVB-19085
Vincenzo di Biagio Catena
Original Size: 63 x 98 cm
National Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

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