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Bonifacio Bembo, also called Bonfazio Bembo, or simply just Bembo, was a north Italian Renaissance artist born in Brescia in 1420. He was the son of Giovanni Bembo, an active painter during his time. As a painter, Bonifacio mainly worked in Cremona. He was patronized by the Sforza family and was commissioned to paint portraits of Francesco Sforza and his wife Bianca Maria Visconti. He is also attributed with producing a tarot card deck for the Visconti-Sforza families. In the past century, art historians have begun to question the authenticity of his works, believing his only two secure works to be the portraits of Francesco and Bianca Maria Sforza. He is believed to have died sometime before 1482.

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  • Bonifacio Bembo (aktivní mezi lety 1447 a 1477) byl italský malíř a miniaturista v období rané renesance. (cs)
  • Ο Μπονιφάτσο Μπέμπο (ιταλικά: Bonifacio Bembo, περ. 1420 - μετά το 1477) ήταν Ιταλός ζωγράφος, προσωπογράφος και μικρογράφος, ο τελευταίος από τους εκπροσώπους του Διεθνούς Γοτθικού Ρυθμού στη Λομβαρδία. (el)
  • Bonifacio Bembo (* um 1420 in Brescia; † um 1480) ist ein norditalienischer Maler der Frührenaissance im 15. Jahrhundert. Er ist durch Porträts am Hof der Herzöge von Mailand bekannt. (de)
  • Bonifacio Bembo, also called Bonfazio Bembo, or simply just Bembo, was a north Italian Renaissance artist born in Brescia in 1420. He was the son of Giovanni Bembo, an active painter during his time. As a painter, Bonifacio mainly worked in Cremona. He was patronized by the Sforza family and was commissioned to paint portraits of Francesco Sforza and his wife Bianca Maria Visconti. He is also attributed with producing a tarot card deck for the Visconti-Sforza families. In the past century, art historians have begun to question the authenticity of his works, believing his only two secure works to be the portraits of Francesco and Bianca Maria Sforza. He is believed to have died sometime before 1482. (en)
  • Bonifacio Bembo (activo entre 1447 y 1477) fue un pintor y miniaturista italiano. Nacido en Brescia y educado en el estilo gótico practicado por su padre Giovanni, también pintor como su hermano Benedetto, no tardó en ser atraído hacia los modos renacentistas. Después de entrar en contacto con Giorgios Gemistos Plethon absorbió el idealismo neoplatónico, manifiesto en el simbolismo de sus famosas cartas de tarot pintadas para el duque de Milán Filippo Maria Visconti en 1442. Trabajó principalmente para los duques de Milán gracias a los cuales pudo desarrollar una intensa actividad artística en Pavía. Entre sus sus obras se encuentran los frescos de la iglesia de Sant'Agostino de Cremona y los retratos de Francesco I Sforza y de su esposa Bianca Maria Visconti (ambos de 1462), y que se encuentran en la Pinacoteca de Brera, Milán. También las 289 ilustraciones del Codice Palatino 556 en las que están comprendidas la Historia de Tristán y Lanzarote. (es)
  • Bonifacio Bembo né à Brescia (Lombardie) est un peintre italien et un enlumineur du XVe siècle qui a été actif entre 1447 et 1477. (fr)
  • Bonifacio Bembo (Brescia, 1420 – Milano, 1480) è stato un pittore e miniatore italiano attivo fra il 1447 e il 1477. (it)
  • Bonifacio Bembo (1447 - 1477) foi um pintor e miniaturista italiano do começo do Renascimento. Nascido em Bréscia e formado no estilo Gótico tardio, foi influenciado pelo estilo da Renascença. Após seus estudos com Gemistus Pletho, absorveu as ideias do Neoplatonismo. Ele é geralmente considerado o autor das famosas cartas de tarô de Visconti Sforza, cujo simbolismo reflete seu interesse no Neoplatonismo. Foi irmão de e tio de , ambos pintores. (pt)
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  • Bonifacio Bembo (aktivní mezi lety 1447 a 1477) byl italský malíř a miniaturista v období rané renesance. (cs)
  • Ο Μπονιφάτσο Μπέμπο (ιταλικά: Bonifacio Bembo, περ. 1420 - μετά το 1477) ήταν Ιταλός ζωγράφος, προσωπογράφος και μικρογράφος, ο τελευταίος από τους εκπροσώπους του Διεθνούς Γοτθικού Ρυθμού στη Λομβαρδία. (el)
  • Bonifacio Bembo (* um 1420 in Brescia; † um 1480) ist ein norditalienischer Maler der Frührenaissance im 15. Jahrhundert. Er ist durch Porträts am Hof der Herzöge von Mailand bekannt. (de)
  • Bonifacio Bembo, also called Bonfazio Bembo, or simply just Bembo, was a north Italian Renaissance artist born in Brescia in 1420. He was the son of Giovanni Bembo, an active painter during his time. As a painter, Bonifacio mainly worked in Cremona. He was patronized by the Sforza family and was commissioned to paint portraits of Francesco Sforza and his wife Bianca Maria Visconti. He is also attributed with producing a tarot card deck for the Visconti-Sforza families. In the past century, art historians have begun to question the authenticity of his works, believing his only two secure works to be the portraits of Francesco and Bianca Maria Sforza. He is believed to have died sometime before 1482. (en)
  • Bonifacio Bembo né à Brescia (Lombardie) est un peintre italien et un enlumineur du XVe siècle qui a été actif entre 1447 et 1477. (fr)
  • Bonifacio Bembo (Brescia, 1420 – Milano, 1480) è stato un pittore e miniatore italiano attivo fra il 1447 e il 1477. (it)
  • Bonifacio Bembo (1447 - 1477) foi um pintor e miniaturista italiano do começo do Renascimento. Nascido em Bréscia e formado no estilo Gótico tardio, foi influenciado pelo estilo da Renascença. Após seus estudos com Gemistus Pletho, absorveu as ideias do Neoplatonismo. Ele é geralmente considerado o autor das famosas cartas de tarô de Visconti Sforza, cujo simbolismo reflete seu interesse no Neoplatonismo. Foi irmão de e tio de , ambos pintores. (pt)
  • Bonifacio Bembo (activo entre 1447 y 1477) fue un pintor y miniaturista italiano. Nacido en Brescia y educado en el estilo gótico practicado por su padre Giovanni, también pintor como su hermano Benedetto, no tardó en ser atraído hacia los modos renacentistas. Después de entrar en contacto con Giorgios Gemistos Plethon absorbió el idealismo neoplatónico, manifiesto en el simbolismo de sus famosas cartas de tarot pintadas para el duque de Milán Filippo Maria Visconti en 1442. (es)
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  • Бембо, Бонифачо (ru)
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