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Antonio da Crevalcore

 

 

Antonio (Leonelli) da Crevalcore

(b Crevalcore; d before 1525). Italian painter and musician. Although Antonio da Crevalcore was highly regarded by his contemporaries as both a painter of still-lifes and a musician, his artistic oeuvre remains the subject of debate. It has been suggested that he trained in Ferrara, because of the stylistic similarities his work shares with other Ferrarese painters working in Bologna, such as Francesco del Cossa and Ercole de’ Roberti. The influence of Cossa’s Bolognese painting on Crevalcore is clear, especially of the Pala dei Mercanti (Bologna, Pin. N.), but the connection between Cossa’s Ferrarese works or Ercole de’ Roberti’s later Ferrarese paintings and Crevalcore is less evident.

 


The Holy Family with St. John as a Boy

 

 


The Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist and another Saint

 

 


Deposizione di Cristo dalla Croce

 

 

 

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