Vincenzo Spisanelli (1595-1662) - Saint Anthony of Padua or Anthony of Lisbonza
Oil painting on canvas with old frame from the '600. Youth work of the painter.
Expertiese: Prof. Emilio Negro
Dimensions: 94x124cm canvas - 112x143cm
Vincenzo Spisanelli (1595-1662) is an Italian painter of the Baroque period, mainly active in Bologna. Spisanelli was born in Orta San Giulio, in Piedmont. He was a pupil of Denis Calvaert in Bologna, but was also active in Ferrara, Imola, Modena and in Lombardy. He survived the plague of 1630, but not his wife, and was afflicted with melancholy for the rest of his life. He was prolific in painting altarpieces. It is also called Lo Spisanelli or Pisanelli, Spisano or Spisani. His only son, the painter Giulio Pisanelli, died a few years before his father. He died in Bologna in 1662.
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