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Ricerche genealogiche e indagini storico-artistiche intorno a una famiglia di pittori milanesi del XVII secolo: i Vicenzini

digital Ricerche genealogiche e indagini storico-artistiche intorno
a una famiglia di pittori milanesi del XVII secolo: i Vicenzini
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rivista ARTE LOMBARDA
fascicolo ARTE LOMBARDA - 2015 - 3
titolo Ricerche genealogiche e indagini storico-artistiche intorno a una famiglia di pittori milanesi del XVII secolo: i Vicenzini
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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This essay is the natural continuation of the one published in «Arte Lombarda», 170-171 (2014/1-2) and dedicated to the Burgundian artist Vincenzo Volò, who moved to Milan during the fifth decade of the XVII century and who was the founder of the school of the Vicenzinis, a family-led workshop specialized in still-life paintings. Researches, which were carried out in civil and religious archives in Milan and Bologna from 2012 to 2014, brought a significant variety of unpublished documents to light. These findings allowed us to reconstruct the biographies of Vincenzo’s most notorious sons-apprentices: Margherita (known as Margherita Caffi), Francesca (called ‘la Vicenzina’), Giovanna (also called ‘la Vicenzina’ or ‘la Macagna’) and Giuseppe (who signed his works as ‘Giuseppe Vicenzino’). Their biographical and artistic experiences, collaborations with artists and some relationships with notorious clients, such as the ones with the prince Vitaliano VI Borromeo and with the cardinal Giberto IV Borromeo, are analysed by following their movements in the various Milanese parishes, in which they lived and where their baptismal, wedding and death acts from 1647 to 1716 are preserved.

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