Filippino Lippi.

 The illegitimate son of Fra Filipo Lippi and the nun Lucrezia Buti, Filippino was born in 1457/8. He was trained as a painter by his father, but later was apprenticed to Botticelli.

His first works show the influence of Botticelli but he soon developed his own style. In 1483/84 he was asked to complete the decoration of the Brancacci Chapel, a work left unfinished by Masaccio in 1428. 

Self Portrait by Filippino Lippi

Self Portrait, Brancacci Chapel. (w)

Filippino Lippi worked on the Sala degli Otto di Pratica, in the Palazzo Vecchio in 1486 and Lippi's Apparition of the Virgin to St. Bernard, painted around the same time, is his most popular painting. 

Apparition of the Virgin by Filippino Lippi

"Apparition of the Virgin to St. Bernard" (w)
(1486) Oil on panel, 210 x 195 cm Church of Badia, Florence.

Madonna and Child by Filippino Lippi

 Madonna with Child and Saints, (w)
oil on panel 160 × 180 cm 1490-1493 Santo Spirito, Florence.

This work shows Tanai de' Nerli and his wife Nanna, kneeling at each side of the picture. It was common practise to have the patrons who commissioned the work included in the paintings.

Filippino worked in Rome decorating the Carafa Chapel at Santa Maria sopra Minerva, but returned to Florence by about 1492. He completed a work for the church of San Donato, The Adoration of the Magi, in 1496. 

Adoration of the Magi by Filippino Lippi

"The Adoration of the Magi" (w)
Oil on panel 258 × 243 cm Uffizi, Florence.

Allegory of Music by Filippino Lippi

Allegory of Music" 1500. (w)
Tempera on panel, 61 × 51 cm. Gemaldegalerie, Berlin, Germany.

Filippino Lippi died in April 1504.