(1486 - 1557)
Giacomo Raibolini was active/lived in Italy. Giacomo Raibolini is known for Renaissance religious painting.
Giacomo Raibolini was trained by his father, Francesco Francia, in
painting and goldsmithing. In 1517, the year of his father's death, he
and his brother, Giulio, assumed responsibility for the family business
and together executed many altarpieces, identifiable by the initials (I
I) of their latinized names (Iacobus and Iulius).
known work is the Virgin in Glory with SS Peter, Mary Magdalene,
Francis, Martha and Six Nuns (after 1515; Bologna, Pinacoteca
Nazionale). In this painting, as in the SS Jerome, Margaret and Francis
(1518; Madrid, Prado) and the Nativity (1519; Parma, S Giovanni
Evangelista), both dated and signed by both brothers, there appear, in
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