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Filippo Mazzola

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Filippo Mazzola Painting - Portrait Of Alessandro De Richao by Filippo Mazzola

Portrait Of Alessandro De Richao

 Painting - The Dead Christ Supported By Angels by Filippo Mazzola

The Dead Christ Supported By Angels

The Virgin and Child with Saints. Filippo Mazzola

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Filippo Mazzola

Filippo Mazzola (1460 - 1505) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period.

He was born in Parma, his father was Bartholomew, and he became a pupil of Francesco Tacconi. He worked mainly in the area between Parma and Piacenza. There is documentation of a trip to Venice, where he is thought to have gone to study his main stylistic references: Antonello da Messina, Giovanni Bellini and Alvise Vivarini. His most notable work is the polyptych kept at the basilica of Cortemaggiore, although it is currently missing a couple of paintings. He was the father of the painter Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola.[1] He died at the age of about 45 years, during an epidemic of plague.


References

Roberto Lasagni, Biographical Dictionary of Parmigiani, ed. PPS, Parma 1999

National Gallery Brief Bio Filippo Mazzola

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