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Marion Hagenmann-Bischoff

Flemish goldsmith, draughtsman, sculptor, copper engraver and embosser, active in Germany . As a skilled goldsmith from Brussels, he is documented at Augsburg between 1598 and 1604, and from 1603 as a tax-paying citizen; before this he was probably living in Friedberg nearby. After he is recorded as paying taxes three years in advance, traces of Aspruck fade away in ...

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French, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born c. 1645; died 11 January 1729, in Paris.

Engraver, designer of ornamental architectural features.

Brother of Bérain the Elder. He made a number of drawings for gold- and silversmiths, and for arms and monograms. He is listed as engraver to the King in ...

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Elisa Acanfora

Italian painter, draughtsman and architect. He was the son of Maria Margherita Chiosi, a Florentine woman, and Regolo Coccapani, a nobleman of Carpi who worked as a goldsmith on the Ponte Vecchio, Florence. Sigismondo studied under the architect Bernardo Buontalenti and studied painting with Lodovico Cigoli, with whom he collaborated on the fresco decoration (...

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Flemish School, 16th – 17th century, male.

Born 1527 or 1529, in Mechelen; died 17 August 1612, in Innsbruck.

Sculptor, metal worker, architect.

A pupil of Conrad Meyt, until 1562 he was director of architectural works to Prince Otto Friedrich in Heidelberg. He worked on the low reliefs for the tomb of the Emperor Maximilian in Innsbruck until ...

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Gordon Campbell

German architect and designer. He published ornamental designs (including grotesques) for artists working in gold, silver, glass and lacquer.

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Antonio Manno

Italian sculptor, architect, draughtsman, antiquarian, engineer and decorator. He began his career as a goldsmith and engraver. He arrived in Rome in 1548 and the next year entered the workshop of the sculptor and architect Raffaele da Montelupo, where he worked mostly on wall decorations for mausoleums. Around this time he carved a statue of ...

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Italian, 17th century, male.

Active in Faenza.

Died 1709.

Engraver, goldsmith, painter. Architectural views.

The son of Giovanni Fantaguzzi, Savino Fantaguzzi II painted decorations for churches and palazzi in several towns in Italy, including Faenza and Florence. He subsequently had figures added to his work by painters such as the French artist C. de Bock and G. Neri of Bologna. He collaborated with de Bock on a ceiling fresco entitled ...

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Italian, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born 1671, in Settignano; died 12 December 1736, in Florence.

Sculptor, medallist, architect.

The church of the Annunziata in Florence houses some of Giovacchino Fortini's statues. Fortini was responsible for completing work on the façade of the church of S Firenze started by A. Maria Ferri. He also completed a tomb for the physician ...

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Alison Luchs

Italian sculptor, medallist, architect and festival designer. He was a leading figure in the generation of sculptors trained in Florence after the dissolution of the Accademia Fiorentina in Rome (1686). Taught by Carlo Marcellini and Giuseppe Piamontini, he worked under Giovanni Battista Foggini on sculpture for the Feroni Chapel in SS Annunziata, Florence (...

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French, 17th century, male.

Born 1614, in Liège.

Painter, sculptor, medallist, architect.

Martin Hendricy settled in Lyons in 1643, and was appointed Sculptor in Ordinary to the city in 1648. He acquired French nationality in 1659. The churches of Lyons, and more especially its town hall, owe much to him. In ...

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Joanne A. Rubino

Italian sculptor, painter, architect and bronze caster. He is known primarily for his bronzes, which combine an adherence to traditional standards of 15th-century Lombardy and a move towards the more dramatic qualities of the Baroque. With his brother, Tarquino Jacometti (1570–1638), he was instructed in drawing and sculpting by his uncle, ...

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Dutch, 16th – 17th century, male.

Born 15 May 1565, in Utrecht; died 15 May 1621, in Amsterdam.

Painter, sculptor, medallist, architect. Religious subjects, portraits. Monuments, funerary monuments, busts.

Amsterdam School.

Hendrik de Keyser the Elder was taught by the sculptor C. Bloemaert in Dordrecht, and the painter Abr. Bloemaert. He was awarded the freedom of the city of Amsterdam on 24 October 1591, and was an architect to the town in 1594. He married on 6 August 1591, and had four sons and two daughters. Three of his sons - Pieter, Thomas and Willem - became artists. He taught Hans Stenwinckel. His architectural masterpiece was the tomb of William of Orange in the church in Delft. His sculptures include ...

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French, 16th – 17th century, male.

Active in Lyons.

Sculptor, medallist, architect.

Philippe Laliarme sculpted several statues for the church of St-Jean in Lyons in 1600. After working at the college of the Trinity, he produced a bronze bust of Henri IV in 1609, which was placed in a stone cartouche in the town hall. In ...

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José Fernandes Pereira

German goldsmith and architect, active in Portugal. The information on Ludovice is sometimes contradictory, but there is no doubt that his work contributed decisively to the creation of the courtly Joanine style, a style named in honour of the King, John V, who was a great patron of architecture and who had colossal wealth from the Portuguese colonies at his disposal. In Ludovice he had the services of an architect of distinction, one who to a large degree determined the character of southern Portuguese architecture into the third quarter of the 18th century....

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Alison Luchs

Italian sculptor, stuccoist and architect. After training in Florence as a goldsmith, he studied with the painter Felice Ficherelli. In 1671 he went to Rome, having been chosen for the Tuscan Accademia Granducale. He studied sculpture under Ercole Ferrata and Ciro Ferri, showing a predilection for modelling rather than the marble carving expected by his patron, ...

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Italian, 16th – 17th century, male.

Born 1556, in Vicenza (Veneto); died 1611, in Rome.

Painter, sculptor, architect, medallist. Statues.

School of Rome.

Camillo Mariani became a member of the artists' guild Congregazione dei Virtuosi al Pantheon in 1600, and of the Accademia di S Luca in ...

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Donatella Germanó Siracusa

Italian sculptor, medallist, miniaturist and architect. He came from a family of craftsmen (his brother Cosimo Merlini (fl 1692–1736) was a silversmith of some repute) and, like his father, trained in the grand ducal workshops in Florence. He then worked for the Medici court. His emergence as a sculptor dates to ...

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French, 17th century, male.

Born 1614, in Amiens.

Sculptor, medallist, architect. Historical subjects, figures. Statues, medallions.

Mimerel worked in Lyons, where there is a statue, Virgin, in the church of the hospital, Hôtel-Dieu.

Lyons: Germain Pantho, Painter (medallion)

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Italian, 16th – 17th century, male.

Born 1534, in Milan; died 1621, in Rome.

Sculptor (wood), architect, draughtsman, goldsmith.

Influenced by Prosp. Scavezzi, Giovanni Battista Montano settled in Rome during the pontificate of Gregory XIII. He carved many sculptures in wood and designed altars, tabernacles and tombs....

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Dutch, 17th century, male.

Born 11 June 1585, in Oudenaarde; died 1636, in Oudenaarde.

Painter, goldsmith, architect.

The sons of Simon de Pape I, Josse and Simon, were both painters. He built a hospital in Oudenaarde.