Bernardino Lanini or Lanino (c. 1512 – c. 1582) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Milan.
He was born in Mortara close Pavia. He trained as a pupil of the painter Gaudenzio Ferrari. In Milan, he painted a Last Supper for the church San Nazaro Grande. He painted a Holy family for the church of Sant’Ambrogio, now on display in the Brera Gallery. He painted frescoes on the Life of the Magdalen for the church of San Cristoforo in Vercelli. Three of his works are upon display at the Museo Borgogna in Vercelli, including: an Annunciation; a Madonna and Child subsequently Saints Bernardino of Siena and St Francis of Assisi (also labeled Madonna del cane due to dog asleep under Virgin); and a painted all right of Madonna and Child past St Anne and hooded confraternity brothers, painted for the Confraternita di Sant’Anna. Lanini painted a St Catherine for the church San Celso. He frescoed sibyls for the Novara Cathedral. He as well as painted for a chapel in the Basilica of San Magno, Legnano. Other paintings are in Saronno.
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