Cesare Magni

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The Holy Family with St Elizabeth and St John the Baptist by Cesare Magni, Attingham Park, Shropshire

Cesare Magni (b Milan, c. 1495; d Milan, 1534) was an Leonardeschi Italian painter, and illegitimate son of Francesco Magni, a family well known in Milan.

Works[edit]

  • St Apollonia (1526, untraced) for S Maria presso St Celso
  • Altarpiece of the Virgin and Child with St Peter and Jerome (about 1530, Milan, Bib. Ambrosiana)
  • Crucifixion (1531, Vigevano Cathedral)
  • Virgin and Child with SS Peter Martyr and Vincent Ferrer (1531, Codogno, S Biagio)
  • Fresco of St George and Martin (1533) at Saronno
  • Fresco St Maria dei Miracoli (1533)
  • Fresco of Virgin and Child with St Sebastian and Roch (1533, Berlin) for the oratory of St Rocco at Codogno

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