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Carlo Bononi the wedding of canons oil painting reproduction


the wedding of canons
mk186 around 1620 Ferrara, Pinacoteca Nazionale
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Carlo Bononi
  
Italian, 1569-1632,Italian painter. He was among the last great painters of the Ferrarese school, his style uniting warm Venetian colour with the lyrical effects of light and elegant draughtsmanship of Ludovico Carracci. He was a pupil of Giuseppe Mazzuoli (c. 1536-89), but his early activity is little documented. The Martyrdom of St Paul (Pommersfelden, Schloss Weissenstein), which is indebted to Mazzuoli and combines elements of Ferrarese and Venetian traditions, may represent the earliest phase of his development. Later, through a study of the art of Ludovico Carracci, modified by a response to Dosso Dossi and to Correggio, he developed a more individual style. An altarpiece of the Virgin with SS Maurilius and George (Vienna, Ksthist. Mus.) is unanimously dated before 1600. It is probable that Bononi made study tours to Bologna, Parma, Verona and Venice. Between 1605 and 1610 he spent two years in Rome (Baruffaldi), a visit confirmed by three paintings of scenes from the Life of St Paternian in the church of S Paterniano in Fano; dated between 1610 and 1612 (Emiliani), these reflect a direct study of Caravaggio and of his early Roman followers, such as Orazio Borgianni.
the wedding of canons
mk186 around 1620 Ferrara, Pinacoteca Nazionale

Related Paintings to Carlo Bononi :.
| Alfred Dedreux -- Randjiit Sing Baadur | Vaccaro, Andrea-San Cayetano ante la Sagrada Familia-123 cm x 76 cm | Bouquet park landscape -- By Jan van Huysum | PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR-PORTRAIT DE JEUNE FEMME | Frans Pourbus the Elder (1545-1581) -- David and Abigail | | Stilleben mit Oleander | Frederick, Prince of Wales and his Sisters at Kew | Portrait of Mary Dudley | Return of the Bucentoro to the Molo on Ascension Day | Portrait of Franz Marc |


        

 

 

 

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