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Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (1645–1710) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. Born in Venice in 1645, he trained in Bologna under Domenico degli Ambrogi, a specialist in quadratura, but by 1668 he was back in Venice, where he painted a Virgin and Saints in San Benedetto. He was influenced by Ludovico Carracci and Alessandro Tiarini, and soon also became interested in the work of Paolo Veronese, so that he started to use elaborate architectural settings and brighter colours. He painted a Virgin Appearing to Pius V (1674; Vicenza, S Lorenzo), whose monumentality foreshadows Tiepolo, whereas mosaics in San Marco, created in 1677 from Fumiani’s cartoons, are closer to the idiosyncratic art of Pietro della Vecchia. He contributed to the decoration of San Rocco (1675, 1676, 1678), where he

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  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiano oder Fumiani (Vorname auch Gian Antonio;* um 1645 in Venedig; † 1710) war ein italienischer Maler des Barock. Er ging in Bologna bei Domenico degli Ambrogi in die Lehre, ist aber 1668 wieder in Venedig nachweisbar, wo er eine Madonna mit Heiligen in San Benedetto malte. 1674 schuf er für San Lorenzo in Vicenza die Jungfrau, die Pius V. erscheint. Für die venezianische Kirche San Rocco entstand 1678 ein dramatisch bewegtes Wandgemälde (in Öl) Christus verjagt die Händler aus dem Tempel (1678). Fumiani lieferte auch Kartons für die Mosaiken in San Marco. Für San Pantalon in Venedig schuf er ein großes Deckengemälde auf Leinwänden von insgesamt von 25 mal 50 m. Es ist eines der größten Leinwandgemälde der Welt und wurde von ihm 1680 bis 1704 ausgeführt. (de)
  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (1645–1710) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. Born in Venice in 1645, he trained in Bologna under Domenico degli Ambrogi, a specialist in quadratura, but by 1668 he was back in Venice, where he painted a Virgin and Saints in San Benedetto. He was influenced by Ludovico Carracci and Alessandro Tiarini, and soon also became interested in the work of Paolo Veronese, so that he started to use elaborate architectural settings and brighter colours. He painted a Virgin Appearing to Pius V (1674; Vicenza, S Lorenzo), whose monumentality foreshadows Tiepolo, whereas mosaics in San Marco, created in 1677 from Fumiani’s cartoons, are closer to the idiosyncratic art of Pietro della Vecchia. He contributed to the decoration of San Rocco (1675, 1676, 1678), where he painted a large canvas of the Charity of St Roch on the ceiling of the nave, In his smaller paintings, however, such as the modelli (Florence, Uffizi) painted for the patron Ferdinand de Medici, Grand Prince of Tuscany, for whom he worked for a long time, with Niccolò Cassana acting as intermediary, Fumiani revealed a lively decorative sense and a taste for animated, sensual subjects that produced works of great quality. Between 1684 and 1704, Fumiani decorated the ceiling of San Pantalon in Venice (Chiesa di San Pantaleone Martire) with what has been claimed to be the largest painting on canvas in the world. The painting depicts The Martyrdom and Apotheosis of San Pantalon across 44 canvases that cover the large ceiling (25x50 m). This was an ambitious undertaking, both in its scale and in the unity of the magniloquent images, that parallels Andrea Pozzo’s decoration at the church of Sant'Ignazio in Rome. Fumiani putatively died from a fall from a San Pantalon ceiling scaffold, although some sources date his death to six years after he stopped work on the San Pantalon ceiling. One of his last works was the 1705 large lunette depicting Otto III (or Frederick III) Visiting the Convent of San Zaccaria in the Company of the Doge (Venice, San Zaccaria). * Ceiling at San Pantalon. (en)
  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (1650 - 1710) fue un pintor barroco italiano nacido y muerto en Venecia. Fue el introductor en Venecia, con algún retraso, de la gran pintura mural a base de complejas escenografías arquitectónicas y fantásticos trampantojos, destacando la serie de escenas de la vida de san Pantaleón pintadas al óleo y sobre lienzo entre 1684 y 1704, en el techo de la iglesia veneciana de su nombre. (es)
  • Gian ou Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (Venise, 1645 - 1710) est un peintre italien baroque. (fr)
  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (Venezia, anni 1640 – Venezia, 1710) è stato un pittore italiano. (it)
  • Джованни Антонио Фумиани (итал. Giovanni Antonio Fumiani; 1645, Венеция — 1710, там же) — итальянский живописец периода позднего барокко, живший и работавший в Венеции. (ru)
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  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiano oder Fumiani (Vorname auch Gian Antonio;* um 1645 in Venedig; † 1710) war ein italienischer Maler des Barock. Er ging in Bologna bei Domenico degli Ambrogi in die Lehre, ist aber 1668 wieder in Venedig nachweisbar, wo er eine Madonna mit Heiligen in San Benedetto malte. 1674 schuf er für San Lorenzo in Vicenza die Jungfrau, die Pius V. erscheint. Für die venezianische Kirche San Rocco entstand 1678 ein dramatisch bewegtes Wandgemälde (in Öl) Christus verjagt die Händler aus dem Tempel (1678). Fumiani lieferte auch Kartons für die Mosaiken in San Marco. Für San Pantalon in Venedig schuf er ein großes Deckengemälde auf Leinwänden von insgesamt von 25 mal 50 m. Es ist eines der größten Leinwandgemälde der Welt und wurde von ihm 1680 bis 1704 ausgeführt. (de)
  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (1650 - 1710) fue un pintor barroco italiano nacido y muerto en Venecia. Fue el introductor en Venecia, con algún retraso, de la gran pintura mural a base de complejas escenografías arquitectónicas y fantásticos trampantojos, destacando la serie de escenas de la vida de san Pantaleón pintadas al óleo y sobre lienzo entre 1684 y 1704, en el techo de la iglesia veneciana de su nombre. (es)
  • Gian ou Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (Venise, 1645 - 1710) est un peintre italien baroque. (fr)
  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (Venezia, anni 1640 – Venezia, 1710) è stato un pittore italiano. (it)
  • Джованни Антонио Фумиани (итал. Giovanni Antonio Fumiani; 1645, Венеция — 1710, там же) — итальянский живописец периода позднего барокко, живший и работавший в Венеции. (ru)
  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (1645–1710) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. Born in Venice in 1645, he trained in Bologna under Domenico degli Ambrogi, a specialist in quadratura, but by 1668 he was back in Venice, where he painted a Virgin and Saints in San Benedetto. He was influenced by Ludovico Carracci and Alessandro Tiarini, and soon also became interested in the work of Paolo Veronese, so that he started to use elaborate architectural settings and brighter colours. He painted a Virgin Appearing to Pius V (1674; Vicenza, S Lorenzo), whose monumentality foreshadows Tiepolo, whereas mosaics in San Marco, created in 1677 from Fumiani’s cartoons, are closer to the idiosyncratic art of Pietro della Vecchia. He contributed to the decoration of San Rocco (1675, 1676, 1678), where he (en)
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  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (de)
  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (es)
  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (en)
  • Gian Antonio Fumiani (fr)
  • Giovanni Antonio Fumiani (it)
  • Фумиани, Джованни Антонио (ru)
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