Diana the Huntress

Giampietrino (Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli) Italian

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 610

Giampietrino was among the most faithful Milanese pupils of Leonardo da Vinci. This picture, which shows the goddess of the hunt drawing an arrow, is inspired by the figure of Diana from a famous set of engravings designed by the Florentine Rosso Fiorentino and dated 1526. It may have once hung alongside three other full-length standing images of goddesses.

Diana the Huntress, Giampietrino (Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli) (Italian, Milanese, active by ca. 1495–died 1553), Oil on wood

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