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Pomponio Amalteo

 

 

Amalteo Pomponio

(b Motta di Livenza, 1505; d San Vito al Tagliamento, 9 March 1588). Italian painter and draughtsman. His fatherís name was Leonardo, his mother was Natalia Amalteo, sister of the humanist poet Paolo Amalteo and the Latin scholar Francesco Amalteo. Probably in 1515 Pomponio entered Pordenoneís workshop and is thought to have collaborated in the numerous works executed by Pordenone in Friuli between 1524 and 1529. Amalteoís first independent works were frescoes of Virtues inspired by Roman historical subjects for the Palazzo del Consiglio dei Nobili, Belluno (1529, destr. 1838; fragments Belluno, Mus. Civ.; Treviso, Mus. Civ. Bailo; Venice, Correr). Although the influence of Pordenone is strong, the fragments reveal an original artistic personality capable of producing compositions of classical dignity, less bold perhaps than his master but employing a more spirited and luminous range of colours.

 


Virgen en la gloria con San Juan Bautista, San Tiziano y donante, iglesia de Francenigo
1563

 

 


Ecstasy Of Saint Francis

 

 


San Vito Al Tagliamento Madonna Col Bambino Fra I Santi Pietro E Giovanni Battista

 

 


Sansone E Dalila

 

 

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