Troso Da Monza
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Troso Da Monza

Troso da Monza, also called Troso di Giovanni Jacobi, was an Italian painter of the Quattrocento, active around 1444 in Monza and Bergamo.

Some frescoes originally in the church of Santa Marie delle Grazie in Bergamo have been attributed to Troso, where he appears to have collaborated with Giacomo Georgi de' Scannardi.[1]Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo, in his Treatise on Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, has a chapter on the composition of grotesques, stating Troso da Monza has drawn a book full of so many different and powerful grotesque figures that I believe that there are no longer any more left to invent. In that book is actually recorded anything is possible in this kind of specialty.[2] The frescoes depicting the History of Queen Thedolinda for a chapel in the Cathedral of Monza have been attributed by some to Troso,[3] others have ascribed the frescoes to the brothers Zavattari.[4]

References

  1. ^ A History of Painting in North Italy: Venice, Padua, Vicenza, Volume 2, by Joseph Archer Crowe, Giovanni Battista Cavalcaselle, page 535.
  2. ^ Kunstfilosofie website, translation of chapter 48. by Lilliana Jansen-Bella and Thomas Crombez.
  3. ^ On the Rivieras, and in Piedmont and Lombardy, by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare, page 182.
  4. ^ Lombard Towns of Italy: Or, The Cities of Ancient Lombardy by Egerton Ryerson Williams, page 90.




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