Modenese Painters: Niccol Dellabbate, Cesare Aretusi, Lorenzo Canozzi, Antonio Consetti, Cristoforo Canozzi, Lodovico Bertucci Books LLC

ISBN: 9781157257288

Published: May 29th 2010

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Modenese Painters: Niccol Dellabbate, Cesare Aretusi, Lorenzo Canozzi, Antonio Consetti, Cristoforo Canozzi, Lodovico Bertucci by Books LLC
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Excerpt: Nicolo dell Abate, sometimes Niccolo, (1509 or 1512 1571) was an Italian painter and decorator. He was of the Emilian school, and was part of the staff of artists called the School of Fontainebleau that introduced the Italianate Renaissance to France. Niccolo dellAbbate was born in Modena, the son of a sculptor.

He trained in the studio of a local Modenese sculptor, his early influence including Ferrarese painters such as Garofalo and Dosso Dossi. He specialized in long friezes with secular and mythological subjects, including for the Palazzo dei Beccherie (1537)- in various rooms of the Rocca at Scandiano owned by the counts Boiardo, notably a courtly ceiling Concert composed of a ring of young musicians seen in perspective, sotto in su (early 1540s), and the Hercules Room in the Rocca dei Meli Lupi at Soragna (c.

154043), and possibly the loggia frescoes removed from Palazzo Casotti at Reggio Emilia. His style was modified by exposure to notably Correggio and Parmigianino, when he moved to Bologna in 1547. In Bologna, most of his painting depicted elaborate landscapes and aristocratic genre scenes of hunting and courtly loves, often paralleled in mythologic narratives. It was during this time that he decorated the Palazzo Poggi, and executed a cycle of frescoes illustrating Orlando Furioso in the ducal palace at Sassuolo, near Modena. In 1552, Nicolo moved to France, where he worked at the royal Chateau de Fontainebleau as a member of the decorating team under the direction of Francesco Primaticcio.

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