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Sarto, Andrea del (Andrea d'Agnolo)
Florence, 1486 - Florence, 1530
Sarto, Andrea del (Andrea d'Agnolo)
Florence, 1486 - Florence, 1530

Vasari (1511-1574), who was himself a pupil of Andrea del Sarto (Andrea d'Agnolo) during the mid-1520s, indicated that this painter and draftsman trained under an obscure artist, Gian Barile, before moving to the workshop of Piero di Cosimo (1461/62-c. 1521). He gained independence in 1508 when, with Franciabigio (1484-1525), he established his own workshop. Around this time, del Sarto secured a n

Cambiaso, Luca
Moneglia, Liguria, 1527 - El Escorial, Madrid, 1585
Cambiaso, Luca
Moneglia, Liguria, 1527 - El Escorial, Madrid, 1585

Luca Cambiaso was the most celebrated Mannerist painter of the Genoese school, and the inventor of many large-scale fresco decorations in both palaces and churches in the city. As a draftsman, he is celebrated for having invented a style of figure drawing in which form is simplified into geometric, often cubic, components. Trained by his father, the mediocre painter Giovanni Cambiaso (1495-1579),

Il Bergamasco
Gandino, Bergamo, Ca. 1509 - Madrid, 1569
Il Bergamasco
Gandino, Bergamo, Ca. 1509 - Madrid, 1569

Giovanni Battista Castello began his career as a goldsmith's apprentice in the workshop of his father, specializing from the beginning as a painter of miniatures. Later Castello became the associate and friend of the younger painter Cambiaso (1527-1585), with whom he worked on a number of projects in Genoa, from c. 1560 right up until his departure for Spain in c. 1566-1567. There he was employed

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