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Paolo Bontulli

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Paolo Bontulli (active first half of 16th century) was an Italian painter, mainly of sacred subjects.

Life and career

He was born in Percanestro, a frazione of Serravalle, and active in the Marche. Among his works are:

  • Madonna and Child (before 1520) for Madonna del Piano, Rocchetta
  • Madonna and Child (1525) for Santuario della Madonna della Stella presso Montefalco
  • Madonna and Child (1521) for Church of San Martino, Santangelo di Visso
  • Madonna and Child (1525, now lost) for San Giovanni di Pietrasrossa presso Trevi
  • Polyptych of Madonna and Child and Saints James and Roch (1507) originally from San Giacomo in Potenza Picena, on exhibit in Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino
  • Resurrected Christ Blessing with Saints Peter and Paul, Museo di Firenze
  • Among the influences cited for the painter are Carlo and Vittore Crivelli, Giovanni Boccati, Giovanni Angelo d’Antonio, Ludovico Urbani, and Lorenzo d’Alessandro.

    References

    Paolo Bontulli Wikipedia


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