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 Francesco Bonsignori

 

 

Francesco Bonsignori        


(b Verona, c. 1460; d Caldiero, nr Verona, 2 July 1519).

Italian painter. His father, Albertus Bonsignori, was reputedly an amateur painter; and besides Francesco, the oldest and most talented of his children, three other sons, including Bernardino (c. 1476–c. 1520) and Girolamo (b c. 1479), are also recorded as painters. Barely 20 paintings and fewer than a dozen drawings have been attributed to Francesco Bonsignori. Documents from his time at the Gonzaga court in Mantua and Vasari’s account of his life are the main sources for information on the artist.
 

 


San Sebastiano

 

 


Virgin with Child

 

 


Virgin with Child

 

 


Portrait of an Elderly Man

 

 


Figura di santa a mezzo busto

 

 


Portrait of an Man
attribue a Francesco Bonsignori

 
 

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