(b. ca. 1480, Ferrara, d. after 1528)

The Incredulity of St Thomas

c. 1522
Oil on panel, 38 x 31 cm
Galleria Borghese, Rome

The paintings of the Ferrarese Renaissance share a particularly sensitive observation of nature and the expressive features of the landscape, which play a role in the picture, as in the refined small panels by Mazzolino. See the painting in which doubting Thomas touches Christ's wounds, as a new vision opens before him expressed in the vibrant celestial landscape.

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