Giovanni Bellini (1427/1430 - 1516) worked to the end of a long career that left an indelible mark on Venetian painting.
His longevity and indefatigable devotion to his art created a problem for art historians, however, for he is one of those Quattrocento masters who remained active into the period we call the High Renaissance. But while his colleagues became irrelevant, Bellini, in the first decades of the Sixteenth century, continued to be creatively vital. Indeed, he flourished as never before.
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David Alan Brown is curator of Italian Paintings at the National Gallery of Art in Washington.
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