Fresco cycle in the Spoleto Cathedral (1466-69)
by Fra Filippo LIPPI

Filippo Lippi started his last work, the fresco cycle Life of the Virgin, in September 1467 in the apse of the Spoleto Cathedral. The cycle remained incomplete at his death but were finished a couple of months later, in December 1469, by his son Filippino. The arrangement of the scenes is simple and symmetrical.

Preview Picture Data File Info Comment
View of the Apse of the Cathedral
1467-69
Fresco
Cathedral, Spoleto

918*1100
True Color
238 Kb



View of the Apse of the Cathedral
1467-69
Fresco
Cathedral, Spoleto

856*1200
True Color
224 Kb



Annunciation
1467-69
Fresco
Duomo, Spoleto

915*1100
True Color
216 Kb



Nativity
1467-69
Fresco
Duomo, Spoleto

900*1172
True Color
224 Kb



Death of the Virgin
1467-69
Fresco
Duomo, Spoleto

1100*933
True Color
209 Kb



Death of the Virgin (detail)
1467-69
Fresco
Duomo, Spoleto

1000*1160
True Color
211 Kb



Death of the Virgin (detail)
1467-69
Fresco
Duomo, Spoleto

900*1259
True Color
187 Kb



Coronation of the Virgin
1467-69
Fresco
Duomo, Spoleto

1147*800
True Color
215 Kb



Coronation of the Virgin (detail)
1467-69
Fresco
Duomo, Spoleto

845*1100
True Color
207 Kb



Coronation of the Virgin (detail)
1467-69
Fresco
Duomo, Spoleto

800*1076
True Color
203 Kb




Summary of works by Fra Filippo Lippi
Paintings
in the 1430s | in the 1440s | in the 1450s | in the 1460s
Fresco cycles
Prato Cathedral | Spoleto Cathedral