An Entity of Type: person, from Named Graph: http://dbpedia.org, within Data Space: dbpedia.org

Francesco Bonsignori (c. 1455 – July 2, 1519), also known as Francesco Monsignori, was an Italian painter and draughtsman, characterized by his excellence in religious subjects, portraits, architectural perspective and animals. He was born in Verona and died in Caldiero, a city near Verona. Bonsignori's style in early period was under the influence of his teacher Liberale da Verona. After becoming the portraitist and court artist to the Gonzaga family of Mantua in 1487, his style was influenced by Andrea Mantegna, who also worked for Francesco Gonzaga from the 1480s. They collaborated to execute several religious paintings, mainly with the theme of Madonna and Child. The attribution of the portrait of a Venetian Senator (National Gallery, London) was debatable until the last century becaus

Property Value
dbo:abstract
  • Francesco Bonsignori (c. 1455 – July 2, 1519), also known as Francesco Monsignori, was an Italian painter and draughtsman, characterized by his excellence in religious subjects, portraits, architectural perspective and animals. He was born in Verona and died in Caldiero, a city near Verona. Bonsignori's style in early period was under the influence of his teacher Liberale da Verona. After becoming the portraitist and court artist to the Gonzaga family of Mantua in 1487, his style was influenced by Andrea Mantegna, who also worked for Francesco Gonzaga from the 1480s. They collaborated to execute several religious paintings, mainly with the theme of Madonna and Child. The attribution of the portrait of a Venetian Senator (National Gallery, London) was debatable until the last century because of the similarity in techniques used by Bonsignori and his teacher Mantegna. During the phase of his career in Mantua, there is an undocumented period between 1495 and July 1506 with no official record regarding his activities by the court of Mantua. Bonsignori's late style was decisively influenced by Lorenzo Costa in terms of form and color. He produced his last monumental altarpiece the Adoration of the Blessed Osanna Andreasi (Pal.Ducale, Mantua) in 1519 shortly before his death. (en)
  • Francesco Bonsignori fue un pintor renacentista italiano, nacido en Verona en 1455 y muerto en 1519 en Caldiero, perteneciente a la escuela veronesa. (es)
  • Francesco Bonsignori ou Francesco-Girolamo Monsignori (Vérone, ca.1460 – Caldiero, 2 juillet 1519) est un peintre italien de l'école véronaise, le frère de Girolamo Bonsignori, peintre moins connu que lui à Vérone. (fr)
  • Francesco Bonsignori (ur. 1455; zm. 1519) – włoski malarz z okresu wczesnego odrodzenia, przedstawiciel szkoły z Werony. (pl)
  • Франческо Бонсиньори (итал. Francesco Bonsignori; ок. 1460, Верона, Венецианская республика — 2 июля 1519, Кальдьеро, Венецианская республика) — итальянский живописец эпохи Возрождения. (ru)
  • Francesco Bonsignori, född omkring 1455 och död 1519, var en italiensk konstnär av . Bonsignori var lärjunge till Andrea Mantegna, om vilken hans kraftiga veckbehandling påminner. I kompositionen visar han inflytande från Bartolomeo Vivarini. Han konst genomgår en jämn utveckling mot 1500-talsideal. Bland hans mera kända verk kan nämnas Tronande madonna i , Verona. Wikimedia Commons har media relaterad till Francesco Bonsignori. (sv)
dbo:thumbnail
dbo:wikiPageID
  • 14176195 (xsd:integer)
dbo:wikiPageLength
  • 35332 (xsd:nonNegativeInteger)
dbo:wikiPageRevisionID
  • 1058940144 (xsd:integer)
dbo:wikiPageWikiLink
dbp:wikiPageUsesTemplate
dct:subject
gold:hypernym
schema:sameAs
rdf:type
rdfs:comment
  • Francesco Bonsignori fue un pintor renacentista italiano, nacido en Verona en 1455 y muerto en 1519 en Caldiero, perteneciente a la escuela veronesa. (es)
  • Francesco Bonsignori ou Francesco-Girolamo Monsignori (Vérone, ca.1460 – Caldiero, 2 juillet 1519) est un peintre italien de l'école véronaise, le frère de Girolamo Bonsignori, peintre moins connu que lui à Vérone. (fr)
  • Francesco Bonsignori (ur. 1455; zm. 1519) – włoski malarz z okresu wczesnego odrodzenia, przedstawiciel szkoły z Werony. (pl)
  • Франческо Бонсиньори (итал. Francesco Bonsignori; ок. 1460, Верона, Венецианская республика — 2 июля 1519, Кальдьеро, Венецианская республика) — итальянский живописец эпохи Возрождения. (ru)
  • Francesco Bonsignori, född omkring 1455 och död 1519, var en italiensk konstnär av . Bonsignori var lärjunge till Andrea Mantegna, om vilken hans kraftiga veckbehandling påminner. I kompositionen visar han inflytande från Bartolomeo Vivarini. Han konst genomgår en jämn utveckling mot 1500-talsideal. Bland hans mera kända verk kan nämnas Tronande madonna i , Verona. Wikimedia Commons har media relaterad till Francesco Bonsignori. (sv)
  • Francesco Bonsignori (c. 1455 – July 2, 1519), also known as Francesco Monsignori, was an Italian painter and draughtsman, characterized by his excellence in religious subjects, portraits, architectural perspective and animals. He was born in Verona and died in Caldiero, a city near Verona. Bonsignori's style in early period was under the influence of his teacher Liberale da Verona. After becoming the portraitist and court artist to the Gonzaga family of Mantua in 1487, his style was influenced by Andrea Mantegna, who also worked for Francesco Gonzaga from the 1480s. They collaborated to execute several religious paintings, mainly with the theme of Madonna and Child. The attribution of the portrait of a Venetian Senator (National Gallery, London) was debatable until the last century becaus (en)
rdfs:label
  • Francesco Bonsignori (es)
  • Francesco Bonsignori (en)
  • Francesco Bonsignori (fr)
  • Francesco Bonsignori (it)
  • Francesco Bonsignori (pl)
  • Бонсиньори, Франческо (ru)
  • Francesco Bonsignori (sv)
owl:sameAs
prov:wasDerivedFrom
foaf:depiction
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
is dbo:wikiPageDisambiguates of
is dbo:wikiPageRedirects of
is dbo:wikiPageWikiLink of
is foaf:primaryTopic of
Powered by OpenLink Virtuoso    This material is Open Knowledge     W3C Semantic Web Technology     This material is Open Knowledge    Valid XHTML + RDFa
This content was extracted from Wikipedia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License