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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 by Philip II, working on the first phase of the pictorial decorations of the Escorial. In the short period of his activity in Spain, his accomplishments were wide-ranging. Not only was he given charge of a large workshop of architects, craftsmen, painters, sculptors, stuccoists, and gilders, but he provided architectural and pictorial designs not just for the Escorial but for other royal residences, including El Pardo, Madrid, Segovia, Aranjuez, and Toledo (Turner, N.: From Michelangelo to Annibale Carracci. A century of Italian drawings from the Prado, Art Services International-Museo Nacional del Prado, 2008, p. 84).

Artworks (5)

The chariots of Apollo
Wash on brown paper, XVI century
Il Bergamasco (Attributed to)
Horatius Cocles on horseback defending the Sublician Bridge against Lars Porsenna and the Etruscan
Wash on grey paper, XVI century
Il Bergamasco (Attributed to)
Evangelist
Grey-brown wash on laid paper, XVI century
Il Bergamasco
Huntsman on Horseback Chasing a Stag in a Wood, Watched by a Maiden
Wash on paper, Second third of the XVI century
Il Bergamasco (Adscrito)
Mars and Apollo / Mars and Apollo, alternative design
Wash on paper, 1566 - 1569
Il Bergamasco

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