Sandro Botticelli – Florentine Artist

Sandro Botticelli (1445 – 1510) was an Italian painter of the Florentine school during the early part of the Renaissance. Several of his works are considered to be among the most recognized masterpieces of florentine art. He developed a highly personalized style taking the linear approach to new levels of sophistication. He spent almost all of his life working for the influential families of Florence, in particular the Medici family for whom he mostly painted portraits. Our set of patterns includes his most important works including the Adoration of the Magi, The Birth of Venus, Venus and Mars, Primavera,Portrait of a Man with a Medal, The Return of Judith, Portait of a Young Man, and The Annunciation. There are also many portraits, and several of his “Madonna and Child” paintings he completed late in his life.

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait


Venus and Mars

Birth of Venus


Adoration of the Magi

Portrait of a Lady known as Smeralda Bandinelli

Portrait of Lorenzo di Botticelli

Madonna and Child with St. John the Baptist

Madonna and Child with an Angel

Madonna and Child and Two Angels

Madonna and Child

Pallas and the Centaur

Portrait of a Young Man

Scenes from the Life of Moses

The Temptation of Christ

The Virgin and Child with Five Angels

The Cestello Annunciation

Madonna with Child

Portrait of a Young Woman

La Bella Simonetta

Madonna and Child with an Agel

Portrait of a Young Man

Giuliano de Medici

Madonna in Glory with Seraphim

Madonna and Child

Birth of Venus (detail)

The Return of Judith

Portrait of a Man with a Medal

The Mystical Navitity

St. Augustine in His Studio