Jacopo da Montagnana

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Jacopo da Montagnana, also known as Jacopo Parisato (Montagnana, circa 1440 to 1443 – Padua, 20 April and 14 Aug 1499) was an Italian painter of the early Renaissance who was mainly active in the Padua area.[1]

The Archangel Gabriel and the Virgin Annunciate Gallerie dell'Accademia Venice
The entombment of Christ

LifeEdit

He was born in Montagnana, but mainly active in Padua where he died. He was either a pupil or influenced by Andrea Mantegna and/ or Gentile Bellini. He is considered a major Quattrocento painter in Padua.

He was active in the fresco decoration of the Capella Santa Maria degli Angeli in the Palazzo Vescovile of Padua, erected in 1495, and frescoed by Jacopo and Prospero da Piazzola.[2] Also contemporary in Padua at that time was Pietro Calzetta and Francesco Bazelieri[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ John G. Bernasconi. "Jacopo da Montagnana." Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press. Web. 10 May 2017
  2. ^ Museo Diocesano Padova.(in Italian)
  3. ^ Review of Jacopo da Montagnana e la pittura padovana del secondo Quattrocento, curated by Alberta De Nicolò Salmazo and Giuliana Ericani, Padova, Il Poligrafo, 2002.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Jacopo da Montagnana at Wikimedia Commons