Appendice documentaria. I sezione

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Documentary appendix. I section

Carlo Cairati

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The contribution brings together in strict chronological order the regestas of a series of documents useful for reconstructing a context for wooden sculpture in Vigevano between 1490 and 1527. Specifically, documents relating to the carvers and painters active in the city and to some important altarpieces are published. sculpted and painted wood from Vigevano, favoring unpublished archive testimonies. In particular, all the documents relating to the painter Bernardino Ferrari and those certainly referable to his family have been collected.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Documentary appendix. I section
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationSculture lignee a confronto dalle città ducali di Vigevano e Milano
EditorsClaudio Salsi
Pages207-217
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Vigevano
  • Giovanni Ambrogio Bellazzi da Vigevano
  • Archivio di Stato di Pavia
  • Fondo Notarile
  • Archivio storico del Comune di Vigevano
  • scultura lignea lombarda del Rinascimento
  • scultura lignea
  • pittura rinascimentale lombarda
  • Rinascimento
  • Bernardino Ferrari
  • Ubertino Ferrari
  • Giovanni Antonio Ferrari
  • fonti e documenti
  • Giovanni Ambrogio De Donati
  • Giovanni Pietro De Donati
  • Bernardino De Donati
  • Alberi da Legnano
  • Giacomo Alberi da Legnano
  • contratti artistici
  • Giovanni Angelo Mirofoli da Seregno
  • Giovanni Antonio Mirofoli da Seregno
  • Morselli
  • Gusberti
  • Colli
  • Giovanni Antonio Bianchi da Milano
  • Giovanni Pietro da Corbetta
  • confraternita dell'Immacolata
  • confraternita di Santa Maria del Popolo
  • documenti

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