Pages in category "Modenese painters"
The following 59 pages are in this category, out of 59 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 59 pages are in this category, out of 59 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Cesare Aretusi – Cesare Aretusi was an Italian painter of the late-Renaissance period. He was born in Modena and trained with Bartolomeo Ramenghi, known primarily as a portrait painter, Aretusi also painted the cupola of the cathedral of St. Peter in Bologna, where he was assisted by Giovanni Battista Fiorini. Aretusi is described by Lanzi as the better colorist, while Fiorini, Aretusi restored the frescoes of Correggio for the tribune of the Cathedral of Parma, and made a copy of the famous La Notte painting by Correggio for the church of San Giovanni Evangelista in Parma. He died in 1612 in Parma, the relationship of Cesare to the Modenese painters with the same surname, Pellegrino from the early 16th century or Alessandro Aretusi from the 17th, is unclear. Lanzi speculates he may have been the son of Pellegrino Aretusi, ralph Nicholson Wornum, ed. Biographical catalogue of the principal Italian painters. Woodfall & Kinder, Angel Court, Skinner Street, London, dizionario degli architetti, scultori, pittori, intagliatori in rame ed in pietra, coniatori di medaglie, musaicisti, niellatori, intarsiatori d’ogni etá e d’ogni nazione. Gaetano Schiepatti, Digitized by Googlebooks, Jan 24,2007, history of Painting in Italy, From the Period of the Revival of the Fine Arts to the End of the Eighteenth Century. London, Original from Oxford University, Digitized January,2007, Henry G. Bohn. pp. 50–51
2. Pellegrino Aretusi – Pellegrino Aretusi, also known as Pellegrini de Modena and as Pellegrino Munari, was an Italian painter who was born in Modena, Italy. His early instruction was from his father Giovanni Munari, about 1509, Pellegrino went to Rome to assist Raphael at the Vatican. Pellegrino was then commissioned to paint frescos in the Church of St. Eustachio and he was murdered November 20,1523 by relatives of a youth whom his son had killed. Davidson, Bernice F. Pellegrino da Modena, The Burlington Magazine, Vol.112,803, Italian Sixteenth-Century Art outside Venice, 78-86. Vasari, Giorgio, Le Vite delle più eccellenti pittori, scultori, ed architettori, many editions and translations
3. Francesco Battaglioli – Francesco Battaglioli was an Italian painter, known as painter of veduta and capriccios based on the scenery of Venice and the Venetian mainland. He is said to have been a pupil of Raffaello Rinaldi and he joined the Fraglia or guild of painters in Venice between 1747-51. He became a member of the Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice in 1772, some of his veduta are of Aranjuez in Spain, where he went to paint scenery sets for the Reales Coliseos theater held in the Palacio Real de Aranjuez for the delight of Ferdinand VI. Here he also worked with Farinelli in painting stage sets for Pietro Metastasios La Nitteti in 1758, battagliolis veduta were engraved by Francisco Zucchi and used to illustrate Baldassare Camillo Zamboni’s Memorie intorno alle pubbliche fabbriche. Escenografías para el Real Teatro del Buen Retiro, Madrid, Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Teatro de la Zarzuela, torrione, Margarita, Nueve óleos de Francesco Battaglioli para el Coliseo del Buen Retiro. in J. Martínez Millán, C. Camarero Bullón, M. Luzzi Traficante, La corte de los Borbones, crisis del modelo cortesano, Madrid, TORRIONE, Margarita, La sociedad de Corte y el ritual de la ópera, in Fernando VI y Bárbara de Braganza. Un reinado bajo el signo de la paz, 1746-1759, exhibition catalogue, Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid,2002, TORRIONE, Margarita, Decorados teatrales para el Coliseo del Buen Retiro. Cuatro óleos de Francesco Battaglioli, Reales Sitios, n°143,2000, TORRIONE, Margarita, «El Real Coliseo del Buen Retiro, memoria de una arquitectura desaparecida», in TORRIONE, Margarita, España festejante. El Siglo XVIII, Málaga, CEDMA,2000, pp. 295–322, TORRIONE, Margarita, Crónica festiva de dos reinados en la Gaceta de Madrid, 1700-1759, Paris, Ophrys,1998. Canaletto and his Patrons, Paul Elek Ltd, London, grove encyclopedia entry on Artnet Domenico Sedini, Francesco Battaglioli, online catalogue Artgate by Fondazione Cariplo,2010, CC BY-SA. Media related to Francesco Battaglioli at Wikimedia Commons
4. Jean Boulanger – Jean Boulanger was a French painter active in Italy during the Baroque period. He was born in Troyes, France and he appears to have had some training under Guido Reni in Bologna. One of his famous works are the frescoes at the Ducal palace of Sassuolo. He was buried in the church of San Vicenzio in Modena and his pupils include Tommaso Costa and Sigismondo Caula at Modena
5. Lorenzo Canozzi – Lorenzo Canozzi or Canozio, also called Lorenzo da Lendinara, was an Italian painter of the Renaissance. He was born in Lendinara in 1425, both he and his younger brother Cristoforo Canozzi were painters, mosaicists, modellers in terra-cotta, wood-carvers, and printers of books. They flourished at Modena and Padua, the first mentioned, with four exceptions, all perished by fire in 1749. At Modena four of the representing the Doctors of the Church. Lorenzo is also thought to have painted the frescoes of SS, jerome, Ambrose, Gregory, and Augustine in the Church of the Eremitani at Padua. His death occurred in 1477, and after that the business was carried on by Cristoforo, a Madonna and Child in the Modena Gallery bears his name, and the date 1482. His son, Giovanni Marco Canozzi, completed the stalls of the Zoccolanti in San Francesco della Vigna in Venice. Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, Biographical and Critical, york St. #4, Covent Garden, London, Original from Fogg Library, Digitized May 18,2007, George Bell and Sons
6. Bartolomeo degli Erri – Bartolomeo degli Erri was an Italian Gothic painter of the Italian Renaissance. Bartolomeo degli Erri, and his brothers Bartolomeo Bonascia and Agnolo are considered key figures of the Quattrocento movement in Modena, Bartolomeo probably contributed to the large triptych of the Coronation of the Virgin at the Galleria Estense mainly attributed to his brother. The art historian Roberto Longhi also assigns a secondary interest to a series of paintings of scenes from the lives of the saints, there are tables that are probably from three dismembered altarpieces dedicated to the saints, made between 1466-1474 for the church of San Domenico Modena. He also has works in museums worldwide, including Metropolitan Museum of Art, Kunsthistorisches Museum, California Palace of the Legion of Honor. Daniele Benati, La bottega degli Erri the e pittura del Rinascimento in Modena, Artioli,1988.211 pages, esther Moench-Scherer, Italian Primitives Museum of Fine Arts in Strasbourg, Museum of the City of Strasbourg,1993,93 pages. Italian Paintings, North Italian School, a catalog containing information about the artist
7. Lorenzo Gignous – Lorenzo Gignous was an Italian painter. The nephew of the painter Eugenio Gignous, Lorenzo studied at the Brera Academy and was awarded the Mylius Prize for historic landscape painting there in 1884. The artists were free to choose their subject that year, and he presented a view of Sesto Calende on Lake Maggiore, where Garibaldi and this landscape became a recurrent subject and indeed a characteristic theme of all his strongly naturalistic oeuvre. Lorenzo Gignous combined his activities as a painter until 1922 with employment for the Italian Railway, elena Lissoni, Lorenzo Gignous, online catalogue Artgate by Fondazione Cariplo,2010, CC BY-SA
8. Ludovico Lana – Ludovico Lana was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, mainly active in Modena, where he died in 1646. He is also known as Lodovico Lana and he was the director of the Accademia Ducale of Modena. He is said to have born in Codigoro to a Ferrarese merchant. He appears to have trained with Scarsellino in Ferrara and he then spent some time in Bologna, where he may have worked under or learned the style of either Reni or Guercino. He helped decorate the Ducal Palace of Sassuolo, below the virgin are pleading and dying citizens. One of his pupils was Giovanni Vernulli, hobbes, James R. Picture collectors manual, Dictionary of Painters. T. & W. Boone,29 Bond Street, London, Digitized by Googlebooks from Oxford library
9. Adeodato Malatesta – Adeodato Malatesta was an Italian painter, trained in a grand Neoclassical style, depicting mostly of sacred and historic subjects. His father was a captain in the Granducal army of Modena, at Florence, but for church of San Francesco di Modena, he painted St Francis receives the stigmata. He also painted a Santa Filomena for her votive church of Modena, moving to Rome, he painted Miracle of St Francis for a church in Massa Carrara, and the Vestizione di Alfonso d Este, which was sent to Vienna. His stay in Rome was cut short when his stipend was suspended on the suspicion he held liberal leanings, Malatesta left Rome, and worked at the Palazzo Papadopoli on the grand canal in Venice, where he painted a St Mark. In 1833, Malatesta returned to Modena to work at the Academy, in 1839, he was nominated vice-director and professor at the Accademia of Modena, and later director to replace Pisani. He continued to be active, painting the sipario of the Teatro Comunale, for the contessa Boschetti di Modena he painted two large canvases depicting Abraham banishes Hagar, and the Tobiolo. He painted an oil canvas lInvalido della grande armata, a Jeremiah cries over the ruins of Jerusalem, a Crucifixion, a Flight to Egypt and these last three canvases are large and populated with many figures. He also painted a portrait of the Dukes of Chambord, and he also painted a large historical canvas, La disfatta di Ezzelino da Romano, that was awarded the main prize at the 1862 Florentine exhibition. In the church of San Domenico he painted a fresco for the cupola, depicting a St Dominic and he also painted genre works, including, a Frutlivendola, a Servetta, il Pifferaio, and il Buon Augurio. He also designed a statue of Luigi Muratori erected in the piazza of his name in Modena, in 1877, in addition to the directorship of the Academy, he is named director of the Royal Commission for the care of monuments and works of Art in Emilia. In 1882, he director of the Galleria Estense of Modena. Malatesta was given membership in many academies of Italy. He was awarded the Croce Estense di San Contado, made an official of the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus, adeodato Malatesta died in Modena on December 24,1891. His son, Narciso, was also a well-known painter, among his pupils was Antonio Simonazzi
10. Tommaso da Modena – Tomaso Barisini, better known as Tommaso da Modena and sometimes called Tomaso Baffini was an Italian painter of the mid-14th century. Tommaso trained in Venice and worked mostly in Northern Italy, in Karlstein Castle, two pictures on wood are attributed to him, an Ecce Homo and a Madonna. A St Catherine is in the Gallerie dellAccademia in Venice, perhaps Tommasos most important work was done in Treviso. The work is in the room of the former Dominican convent of San Nicolo at Treviso. The portrait of Saint-Cher is the earliest known depiction of a person wearing spectacles, ralph Nicholson Wornum, ed. Biographical catalogue of the principal Italian painters. Woodfall & Kinder, Angel Court, Skinner Street, London, Digitized by Googlebooks from Oxford University copy on Jun 27,2006
11. Serafino de' Serafini – Serafino de Serafini, also spelled Seraphino de Seraphini was an Italian painter, active in Modena in the late 14th century. He is known by a Coronation of the Virgin and other subjects in Modena Cathedral, the Coronation bears the inscription Seraphinus de Seraphinis pinxit 1385 die Jovis x. x. i. i. i. His execution is rude, his color dull and flat and coldly shadowed