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Frate Nebridio miniatore e un inedito codice lodigiano

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rivista ARTE LOMBARDA
fascicolo ARTE LOMBARDA - 2013 - 1
titolo Frate Nebridio miniatore e un inedito codice lodigiano
autore
editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 01-2013
issn 0004-3443 (stampa)
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The library of Collegio San Francesco in Lodi possesses an Antiphonale parvum decorated with an individual miniature depicting the Annunciation, recently studied, from a codicologic perspective, by Lisa Longhi. A comparison between the codex and two cropped miniatures individuated by Mirella Levi D’Ancona in 1963 – the letter E with St. Augustin and the Resurrection of Christ signed “Nebridius ME P”, the latter discovered by Giordana Mariani Canova in 1975 at the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University – makes it possible to attribute the manuscript to the miniaturist Frate Nebridio from Cremona, the last standing representative of the local Late-Gothic culture. While his production denotes an undeniable connection with the painting of Bonifacio Bembo, it is also rich of personal stylistic features, such as the introduction of frames along which musician angels peer out, becoming the artist’s very signature. Nebridio died before 1503, and he entrusted his nephew Marchino with the completion of his unfinished works, as suggested by the payment Marchino received for completing a Gradual for the monastery of San Sigismondo.

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