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Fra Filippo Lippi was an Italian painter of the 15th century in Italy, a period known as the Quattrocento. He entered a friary in Florence at the age of 14, where he had the opportunity to learn painting. In 1452 he became the chaplain of the monastery San Giovannio and five years later the rector of San Quirico. In 1458 he painted frescoes for the convent Chapel of Margherita of Prato—these are his most important and monumental works and were in turn a direct inspiration on his pupil Sandro Botticelli. Lippi spent the last years of his life at Spoleto, where he was commissioned to paint scenes from the life of the Virgin for the cathedral's apse. His paintings were deeply influenced by the perspective theory of the architect Brunelleschi and by the sculptor Donatello, in particular for his realistic plastic depiction of human subjects.

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Fra Filippo Lippi was an Italian painter of the 15th century in Italy, a period known as the Quattrocento. He entered a friary in Florence at the age of 14, where he had the opportunity to learn painting. In 1452 he became the chaplain of the monastery San Giovannio and five years later the rector of San Quirico. In 1458 he painted frescoes for the convent Chapel of Margherita of Prato—these are his most important and monumental works and were in turn a direct inspiration on his pupil Sandro Botticelli. Lippi spent the last years of his life at Spoleto, where he was commissioned to paint scenes from the life of the Virgin for the cathedral's apse. His paintings were deeply influenced by the perspective theory of the architect Brunelleschi and by the sculptor Donatello, in particular for his realistic plastic depiction of human subjects.

Filippino Lippi was among the most gifted and accomplished Florentine painters and draftsmen of the second half of the fifteenth century. He was born in 1457, the product of a famous and illicit relationship between the painter Fra Filippo Lippi and the young nun Lucrezia Buti.

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