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Domenico Riccio (also known as commonly known as Domenico Brusasorci; 1516–1567) was an Italian painter in a Mannerist style from Verona, best known for frescos. He first apprenticed with his father. Later, he has been reported to have trained with Giovanni Francesco Caroto and Niccolò Giolfino. He was a near contemporary of Antonio Badile. By 1551, he completed the fresco decorations of the Municipio in Trento. In 1556, he painted a decoration in at Verona. He depicted the ceremonial Cavalcade of Charles V and Clement VII in the Palazzo Ridolfi-Dalisca. He painted a Madonna in glory and two saints for San Pietro Martire in Verona in 1566. A notable work of his is the dramatic fresco of Phaeton on the ceiling of the Palazzo Chiericati.

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  • Domenico Riccio ou Domenico Brusasorci (1516 - 1567) est un peintre italien maniériste du XVIe siècle se rattachant à l'école véronaise. (fr)
  • Domenico Riccio, llamado Brusasorzi (Verona, 1515 - Verona, 30 de marzo de 1567), fue un pintor italiano del Renacimiento, cercano a la corriente manierista. (es)
  • Domenico Riccio (also known as commonly known as Domenico Brusasorci; 1516–1567) was an Italian painter in a Mannerist style from Verona, best known for frescos. He first apprenticed with his father. Later, he has been reported to have trained with Giovanni Francesco Caroto and Niccolò Giolfino. He was a near contemporary of Antonio Badile. By 1551, he completed the fresco decorations of the Municipio in Trento. In 1556, he painted a decoration in at Verona. He depicted the ceremonial Cavalcade of Charles V and Clement VII in the Palazzo Ridolfi-Dalisca. He painted a Madonna in glory and two saints for San Pietro Martire in Verona in 1566. A notable work of his is the dramatic fresco of Phaeton on the ceiling of the Palazzo Chiericati. His pupils were his son Felice, Giovanni Battista Zelotti, Bernardino India, and Paolo Farinati. His son Felice painted for some years in Florence. Two other children were painters: Giovanni Battista and Cecilia Brusasorci. The name "Brusasorci," which means "rat burner," comes from his father, who acquired the name after becoming known for burning the rats in his house. (en)
  • Domenico Riccio, auch Domenico Ricci oder Domenico Ricci di Riccio und bekannt als Domenico Brusasorzi, andere Schreibweise Domenico Brusasorci, (* um 1516 in Verona; † 30. März 1567 ebenda) war ein italienischer Maler des Cinquecento. Er war der erste Maler aus Verona, der den manieristischen Stil übernahm, und beeinflusste eine Reihe von Malern, unter anderem Paolo Veronese. Zu seinen Schülern zählten Giovanni Battista Zelotti, und Paolo Farinato. (de)
  • Domenico Riccio detto il Brusasorzi o Brusasorci (Verona, 1516 – Verona, 1567 è stato un pittore italiano di stile manierista, proveniente da Verona. È considerato un precursore di Paolo Veronese e uno degli innovatori della pittura veronese del Cinquecento. (it)
  • Domenico del Riccio eller Domenico Brusasorci, född 1516 och död 1567, var en venetiansk konstnär. Domenico del Riccio var lärjunge till Giovanni Francesco Caroto. I hans konst, huvudsakligen dekorativa fresker märks annars inflytande från andra stora samtida som Michelangelo, Parmigianino med flera. I Palazzo Ridolfo i Verona finns hans storstilade målning Klemens VII:s och Karl V:s intåg. Han var far till konstnären Felice Riccio. (sv)
  • Доменико Брузасорци (Брузасорчи) (итал. Domenico Brusasorzi (Brusasorci)), он же Доменико Риччо (итал. Domenico Riccio; 1516, Верона, Венецианская республика — 30 марта 1567, там же) — итальянский живописец, писавший картины в стиле маньеризма. Официальный художник в Вероне. Отец художника Феличе Брузасорци. (ru)
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  • Domenico Riccio ou Domenico Brusasorci (1516 - 1567) est un peintre italien maniériste du XVIe siècle se rattachant à l'école véronaise. (fr)
  • Domenico Riccio, llamado Brusasorzi (Verona, 1515 - Verona, 30 de marzo de 1567), fue un pintor italiano del Renacimiento, cercano a la corriente manierista. (es)
  • Domenico Riccio, auch Domenico Ricci oder Domenico Ricci di Riccio und bekannt als Domenico Brusasorzi, andere Schreibweise Domenico Brusasorci, (* um 1516 in Verona; † 30. März 1567 ebenda) war ein italienischer Maler des Cinquecento. Er war der erste Maler aus Verona, der den manieristischen Stil übernahm, und beeinflusste eine Reihe von Malern, unter anderem Paolo Veronese. Zu seinen Schülern zählten Giovanni Battista Zelotti, und Paolo Farinato. (de)
  • Domenico Riccio detto il Brusasorzi o Brusasorci (Verona, 1516 – Verona, 1567 è stato un pittore italiano di stile manierista, proveniente da Verona. È considerato un precursore di Paolo Veronese e uno degli innovatori della pittura veronese del Cinquecento. (it)
  • Domenico del Riccio eller Domenico Brusasorci, född 1516 och död 1567, var en venetiansk konstnär. Domenico del Riccio var lärjunge till Giovanni Francesco Caroto. I hans konst, huvudsakligen dekorativa fresker märks annars inflytande från andra stora samtida som Michelangelo, Parmigianino med flera. I Palazzo Ridolfo i Verona finns hans storstilade målning Klemens VII:s och Karl V:s intåg. Han var far till konstnären Felice Riccio. (sv)
  • Доменико Брузасорци (Брузасорчи) (итал. Domenico Brusasorzi (Brusasorci)), он же Доменико Риччо (итал. Domenico Riccio; 1516, Верона, Венецианская республика — 30 марта 1567, там же) — итальянский живописец, писавший картины в стиле маньеризма. Официальный художник в Вероне. Отец художника Феличе Брузасорци. (ru)
  • Domenico Riccio (also known as commonly known as Domenico Brusasorci; 1516–1567) was an Italian painter in a Mannerist style from Verona, best known for frescos. He first apprenticed with his father. Later, he has been reported to have trained with Giovanni Francesco Caroto and Niccolò Giolfino. He was a near contemporary of Antonio Badile. By 1551, he completed the fresco decorations of the Municipio in Trento. In 1556, he painted a decoration in at Verona. He depicted the ceremonial Cavalcade of Charles V and Clement VII in the Palazzo Ridolfi-Dalisca. He painted a Madonna in glory and two saints for San Pietro Martire in Verona in 1566. A notable work of his is the dramatic fresco of Phaeton on the ceiling of the Palazzo Chiericati. (en)
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  • Domenico Brusasorzi (de)
  • Domenico Brusasorci (es)
  • Domenico Riccio (en)
  • Domenico Riccio (fr)
  • Domenico Brusasorzi (it)
  • Брузасорци, Доменико (ru)
  • Domenico Riccio (sv)
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