Italian painter of the Renaissance period active in and near Milan.- Ambrogio Bergognone
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Bernardino Luini (c.
According to Lomazzo, he trained under Giovan Stefano Scotto, although for others he was a pupil of Ambrogio Bergognone.
Town and comune of Piedmont, northern Italy.
Ambrogio Borgognone (c. 1470s – 1523–24), Italian Renaissance painter, is said to have been born here.
Monastery and complex in Lombardy, northern Italy, situated near a small town of the same name in the Province of Pavia, 8 km north of Pavia.
The sober form of the roughly finished brick front can be seen in a fresco by Ambrogio Bergognone in the apse of the right transept, painted in 1492–1495, when work was commencing on the new facade, portraying Gian Galeazzo Visconti offering the model of the Certosa to the Blessed Virgin.
Church in Milan in northern Italy, which is in the Basilicas Park city park.
The first from the entrance is of the 15th century and has a Renaissance sepulchre and a triptych by Ambrogio Bergognone.
Vincenzo Foppa (c.
There are multiple artists who exhibit significant influence by Foppa, including Vincenzo Civerchio, Ambrogio Bergognone, and Girolamo Romanino.
Church in the centre of Milan, Italy northern, the second oldest in the form of a Latin cross, first erected by Saint Ambrose.
The apse vault is decorated by what is considered Ambrogio da Fossano's masterwork, a wide Incoronation of Mary.
Catholic church in Lodi, Lombardy, Italy.
There are four panels by Bergognone, including an Annunciation and a Presentation at the Temple, reproducing the church's interior of the time.
Italian Renaissance painter of the Milanese school.
He was the chief assistant to his brother and fellow painter Ambrogio Bergognone on important projects in Lombardy in the 1490s.
Created, by consular decree on 14 Fructidor in year IX .
Church in Milan, northern Italy.
From 1514 is a fresco by Ambrogio Bergognone portraying the Funeral of St Martin.