The Three Ages of Man oil painting by Giorgione at the age of 23

made out of oil paint and canvas from 1500 to 1501

62 x 77.5 cms (241/4 x 301/2 ins)

Palazzo Pitti Florence, Tuscany, Italy, Europe

Located in Galleria Palatina

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The complicated and unsatisfactory story of Michelangelo's work on the Tomb of Pope Julius II spans much of his professional life.
Raphael and Evangelista da Pian di Meleto are commissioned to paint The Baronci Altarpiece for the church of Saint Nicholas of Tolentino in Città di Castello.
Leonardo da Vinci and Luca Pacioli go to Mantua, then Leonardo continues on to Florence. In Mantua, he draws the Portrait of Isabella d'Este. In Florence, he paints the Virgin and Child with Saint Anne.
Raphael comes into contact with the works of Paolo Uccello in Urbino.
Leonardo da Vinci returns to Florence, where he and his household are guests of the Servite monks at the monastery of Santissima Annunziata and are provided with a workshop.


Ludovico Sforza re-enters Milan with an army of mercenaries.


Ludovico Sforza is handed over to the French.

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Benvenuto Cellini sculptor, goldsmith, draughtstman, flautist, soldier, writer, poet
Giorgione painter
Leonardo da Vinci anatomist, painter, architect, sculptor, military engineer, scientist, inventor, writer
Luca Pacioli mathematician
Michelangelo military engineer, sculptor, painter, architect, poet
Raphael painter, architect, poet
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