Mariotto Albertinelli

Albertinelli, Mariotto (märyôtˈtō älbārtēnĕlˈlē) [key], 1474–1515, Italian painter. A product of the Florentine school of the High Renaissance, Albertinelli was influenced by Leonardo and Raphael. His best-known works are The Visitation (1503; Uffizi) and The Annunciation (1510; Accademia, Florence).

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