Paolo da San Leocadio
Pablo da San Leocadio or Paolo da Reggio (10 September 1447 - c. 1520) was an Italian painter from Reggio Emilia, who was mostly active in Spain. In the 1450s or 1460 he moved to Ferrara, where he was influenced by local painters such as Bono da Ferrara and Ercole de' Roberti. In 1472 he sailed from Ostia to Valencia, as part of cardinal Rodrigo Borgia, the future pope Alexander VI.
He painted, in 1506, in conjunction with Francesco Pagano, the doors of the high altar of the cathedral of Valencia, with subjects from the Life of the Virgin. His other works include a Virgin of the Grace in the church of San Miguel at Enguera (province of Valencia), a St. Michael in the Diocesan Museum of Valencia, the Virgin of the Knight of Montesa in the Museo del Prado of Madrid and the Holy Conversation in the National Gallery, London.
- Danilo Morini, Giovanni Pio Palazzi, Benedetto Morini - Un pittore reggiano in Spagna - Paolo da San Leocadio; da Reggio Storia n° 114, Reggio Emilia 2007
- Ximo Company i Climent - Paolo da San Leocadio i els inicis de la pintura del Reinaixement a Espanya, Gandia 2007.
- Ximo Company, Il Rinascimento di Paolo da San Leocadio, Palermo, Gruppo editoriale Kalos, 2009
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This article incorporates text from the article "AREGIO, Pablo de" in Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers by Michael Bryan, edited by Robert Edmund Graves and Sir Walter Armstrong, an 1886–1889 publication now in the public domain.