1504 - 1570
Died-1570 Paris, France
Spent most of time being assistant to Giulio Romano, working on the fresco Palazzo del Tè in Mantua, and also being a lifetime painter in Fontainebleu for King Francis I.
Educated being an Italian Mannerist painter, architect, sculpter and leader of first team in Fontainebleu.
Lifestyle consisted of being a full time stucco and mural painter. After completing many works of art he became one of most principle artist in France.
Mr.Primaticcio had no patrons although he did work for the King full time. Humanism doesn't apply to Francesco because his paintings have supernatural views on things such as god in one of his paintings. Also skeptisism may apply due to the fact that we do not know if he questioning the religious beliefs at the time or not because he is still painting about them.