Macrino d'Alba (c. 1460–1465 – c. 1510–1520) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Piedmont. Also called Giovanni Giacomo Fava. Born in Alba, he painted the Resurrection for the chapel of Sant’Ugone at the Certosa di Pavia. He also painted in the church of the Franciscans at Alba and works in the Vigevano Cathedral.
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Media related to Macrino d’Alba at Wikimedia Commons
- Macrino d’Alba (Italian) – a page on Macrino, together with a link to an image gallery, from the website of the Scuola Media Statale “Macrino”, Alba.
- Villata, Edoardo. Macrino d'Alba: un profilo. Alba: Fondazione Ferrero (Italian).
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