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JACOPO del SELLAIO   (b. ca. 1441, Firenze, d. 1493, Firenze) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter, originally Jacopo di Arcangelo di Jacopo. He was the son of Arcangelo, a saddler (sellaio). He is first mentioned in his father's catasto (land registry declaration) of 1446 as a child of five. By 1460 he had joined the Compagnia di S Luca in Florence, and in October 1473 he appears in their records sharing a studio with Filippo di Giuliano (fl 1473-91). Vasari describes both Sellaio and Botticelli as fellow pupils of Fra Filippo Lippi. His first documented commission, of 10 December 1477, was for two panels with an Angel Annunciate and a Virgin Annunciate for S Lucia dei Magnoli in Florence (in situ).

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