Contributi per Paul Sleiler, alias Paul Slella, pittore e stampatore tedesco nel primo trentennio del Seicento a Milano
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This article aims at bringing light to the many-sided and still not much known figure of Paul Sleiler, alias Paul Slella, painter and printer of German origin, active in Milan in the first thirties of 17th century. The unpublished documents traced show how this painter was well integrated and appreciated in Milan: this is clearly demonstrated by the creation in 1622 of some of the ephemeral decorative elements in San Fedele, for the canonization of Saints Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier. If today only one painting is ascribable to the artist, his activity as a publisher is better known: Slella printed several sheets after Camillo Procaccini, becoming the main publisher to spread his works and this fact suggests a closeness between the two artists.
keywordsPaul Slella; Camillo Procaccini; Jérôme David; Printmaking in Milan, 17th century; reproductive prints.
Biografia dell'autoreUniversità Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano; email@example.com
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