Ludovico (or Louis) Brea (c. 1450 – c. 1523) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance, active mainly in and near Genoa. Brea was born into a family of coopers in Nice, and later moving to Liguria, he painted numerous altarpieces that displayed both Lombardy and Flemish influences. One of his pupils was Teramo Piaggio. In Liguria, Ludovico's siblings Peter and Antonio Brea also operated as painters, as did Antonio's son, Francisco Brea (of whom details are only known for the period from 1512 to 1555).

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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Bréa et Famille Brea. Ludovico Brea, ou Louis Bréa, né vers 1450 à Nice (alors dans les États de Savoie), et mort vers 1522-1525, est un peintre italien, principalement été actif à Nice, dans l'arrière-pays niçois, à Gênes et sur la Riviera ligure di ponente. (fr)
  • Ludovico (or Louis) Brea (c. 1450 – c. 1523) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance, active mainly in and near Genoa. Brea was born into a family of coopers in Nice, and later moving to Liguria, he painted numerous altarpieces that displayed both Lombardy and Flemish influences. One of his pupils was Teramo Piaggio. His earliest definite work is the Mercy between Saint Martino and Catherine of Alexandria, painted for the monastery of Cimiez, near Nice, in 1475; recent historical searches have also suggested his having painted the Madonna of the Confraternity of the Misericordia at Nice in 1465. Other notable works by Brea can be found along all the coast from Monaco to Mentone, from Taggia to Imperia (where the influence of the Lombardy painter Vincenzo Foppa can be seen, and during which time he was in the service of Pope Julius II), and from Savona to Genoa, where he was active from 1483, leaving his work to the Church of the Consolation. In Liguria, Ludovico's siblings Peter and Antonio Brea also operated as painters, as did Antonio's son, Francisco Brea (of whom details are only known for the period from 1512 to 1555). (en)
  • Людовико (Луи) Бреа (итал. Ludovico Brea, фр. Louis Brea), прибл. 1450, Ницца, Генуэзская республика — прибл. 1522/1525 — ренессансный художник итало-лигурийского происхождения, работы которого в основном сосредоточены в прибрежных городах современных Лигурии (Италия) и восточной части Приморских Альп (Франция). (ru)
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  • 1450-1-1
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  • 1523-1-1
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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Bréa et Famille Brea. Ludovico Brea, ou Louis Bréa, né vers 1450 à Nice (alors dans les États de Savoie), et mort vers 1522-1525, est un peintre italien, principalement été actif à Nice, dans l'arrière-pays niçois, à Gênes et sur la Riviera ligure di ponente. (fr)
  • Людовико (Луи) Бреа (итал. Ludovico Brea, фр. Louis Brea), прибл. 1450, Ницца, Генуэзская республика — прибл. 1522/1525 — ренессансный художник итало-лигурийского происхождения, работы которого в основном сосредоточены в прибрежных городах современных Лигурии (Италия) и восточной части Приморских Альп (Франция). (ru)
  • Ludovico (or Louis) Brea (c. 1450 – c. 1523) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance, active mainly in and near Genoa. Brea was born into a family of coopers in Nice, and later moving to Liguria, he painted numerous altarpieces that displayed both Lombardy and Flemish influences. One of his pupils was Teramo Piaggio. In Liguria, Ludovico's siblings Peter and Antonio Brea also operated as painters, as did Antonio's son, Francisco Brea (of whom details are only known for the period from 1512 to 1555). (en)
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  • Ludovico Brea (fr)
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  • Бреа, Людовико (ru)
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