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Naldini, Giovanni Battista
Fiesole, H. 1537 - Florence, 1591
Naldini, Giovanni Battista
Fiesole, H. 1537 - Florence, 1591

A pupil under Jacopo da Pontormo (1494-1556) until the latter's death; Naldini subsequently moved to Rome around 1560, but soon returned to Florence where he worked principally for the Medici as one of the many artists under the supervision of Vasari (1511-1574). Among his commissions were the decorations for the obsequies of Michelangelo in 1564, and the following year for the marriage of Frances

Tavarone, Lazzaro
Genoa, H. 1556 - Genoa, 1641
Tavarone, Lazzaro
Genoa, H. 1556 - Genoa, 1641

A student of Luca Cambiaso (1527-85) from around the late 1560s, they both moved to Spain in 1583, when the master accepted an invitation to work for Philip II. Although Cambiaso died shortly thereafter, Tavarone remained in Spain and is subsequently documented as working with Fabrizio Castello (c. 1560-1617) and Nicolas Granello (c. 1550-1593). He returned to Genoa in 1591, here his most successf

Siciolante da Sermoneta, Girolamo
Sermoneta, H. 1521 - Rome, 1575
Siciolante da Sermoneta, Girolamo
Sermoneta, H. 1521 - Rome, 1575

Siciolante became an assistant to Perino del Vaga (1501-1547) following a probable apprenticeship with Leonardo Grazia da Pistoia (active in 1520-1550). His earliest certain surviving work -an altarpiece depicting the Virgin and Child with Saints Peter, Stephen and John the Baptist (1541) for SS. Stefano e Pietro, Valvisciolo- reflects the influence of both artists. While this is a rudimentary pie

Mor, Anthonis
Utrecht (Netherlands), 1516/1521 - Antwerp? (Belgium), 1576
Mor, Anthonis
Utrecht (Netherlands), 1516/1521 - Antwerp? (Belgium), 1576

Born around the end of the second decade of the 16th century, Anthony More trained with the Romanist painter Jan van Scorel, a prominent portraitist and excellent connoisseur of the Italian cultural scene having sojourned on the Italian peninsula on several occasions. The young artist thus learned the principles of technique and aesthetics applied to portrait painting. He soon came into contact wi

Maganza, Alessandro
Vicenza, 1556 - Vicenza, Después de 1630
Maganza, Alessandro
Vicenza, 1556 - Vicenza, Después de 1630

Alessandro Maganza, was the best-known member of a family of painters from Vicenza, in whose workshop he trained before moving to that of Giovanni Antonio Fasolo (1530-1572). Thereafter he was in Venice (c. 1572-1576), and his subsequent work shows the various influences of the leading artists of that city: Tintoretto (1519-1594), Veronese (1528-1588), and Palma Il Giovane (c. 1548-1628) as well a

Leoni, Pompeo
Milan, hacia 1533 - Madrid, 1608
Leoni, Pompeo
Milan, hacia 1533 - Madrid, 1608

Working with his father, Leone Leoni, on all his pieces, Italian sculptor Pompeo Leoni was able to create a workshop in Madrid and to undertake projects beside the El Escorial altarpiece that obliged him to make repeated and lengthy visits to Milan. On September 28, 1556 he arrived in Spain with a series of imperial portraits and was assigned a salary of 30 ducats a month by the Queen Regent, Joan

Leoni, Leone
Arezzo, Tuscany, 1509 - Milan, 1590
Leoni, Leone
Arezzo, Tuscany, 1509 - Milan, 1590

The personality of Italian sculptor Leone Leoni is as thrilling as that of his contemporaries, Titian, Michelangelo and Benvenuto Cellini. In 1533, he was a twenty-four-year-old goldsmith living with his wife, Diamante, in Venice as a protégé of poet Pietro Aretino. That period was marked for him by the birth of his son, Pompeo, whom he trained in his studio and introduced to northern Italian circ

Gambara, Lattanzio
Brescia, 1530 - Brescia, 1574
Gambara, Lattanzio
Brescia, 1530 - Brescia, 1574

Prolific frescoist and draftsman; it is probable that Gambara trained in the Campi workshop at Cremona, before returning to Brescia in 1549. There, he became an assistant to Gerolamo Romanino (1484/87-[?]1560), marrying the latter's daughter, Margherita, in 1556. Thenceforth, he continued to work mainly in his native Brescia, but also spent periods in Mantua, Cremona, and Parma. In the '1550s, he

Farinati, Paolo
Verona, Veneto, 1524 - Verona, Veneto, 1606
Farinati, Paolo
Verona, Veneto, 1524 - Verona, Veneto, 1606

His earliest documented painting, St. Martin and the Beggar (1552), was commissioned by Cardinal Ercole Gonzaga for Mantua cathedral, which had recently been reconstructed by Giulio Romano (c. 1499-1546). In this, Farinati adopted a Mannerist style and restricted palette absorbed from works by Francesco Torbido (1482/85-1561/62), and by Nicola Giolfino (1476-1555) in whose workshop he probably tra

Cesi, Bartolomeo
Bologna, 1556 - Bologna, 1629
Cesi, Bartolomeo
Bologna, 1556 - Bologna, 1629

Cesi was born into a wealthy family and received a humanist education before he studied painting. Little is known of his training, which was probably under Giovanni Francesco Bezzi (c. 1500-1571), and the first commission that is securely attributable to him were the frescoes depicting the Life of the Virgin (1574) in the Vezzi Chapel in S. Stefano, Bologna. Around the same time he also assisted P

Carvajal, Luis de
Toledo (Spain), 1556 - Madrid (Spain), 1607
Carvajal, Luis de
Toledo (Spain), 1556 - Madrid (Spain), 1607

Born in Toledo in 1556, he was the half-brother of sculptor Juan Bautista Monegro and a disciple of painter Juan Villoldo, who had trained with Alonso Berruguete. He completed his training in Italy, where his presence at the Academy of San Lucas in Rome was documented in 1577. He returned to Toledo that same year and began receiving important commissions. In 1578 he painted a likeness of Archbisho

Calvaert, Denys
Antwerp, H.1540 - Bologna, 1619
Calvaert, Denys
Antwerp, H.1540 - Bologna, 1619

Flemish painter and draftsman, he was for long active in Italy. In 1556-1557, he is recorded in Antwerp as the pupil of the landscape painter Kerstiaen van Queboom (1515-1578). He arrived in Bologna in c. 1560, where he was to remain for the remainder of his career, except for a period in Rome in 1572-1575. On his arrival in Bologna, he entered the workshop of Prospero Fontana (1512-1597), leaving

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