Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo

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Coordinates: 45°32′5″N 10°13′34″E / 45.53472°N 10.22611°E / 45.53472; 10.22611 The Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo is a public art collection in Brescia, Lombardy, northern Italy, exhibiting mainly paintings by local artists from the 13th through 18th centuries.[1]

The gallery opened in 1851 in the Palazzo Tosio, endowed in 1832 with the collection of Count Paolo Tosio and further enriched by donations and gathering of items from local religious buildings. For some paintings in the collection see the Category for Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo in Brescia below.

In 1884, the Count Leopardo Martinengo da Barco added to the painting collection and endowed a library and collections of scientific artifacts to display in his palace.

The collection includes works by Vincenzo Foppa, Ferramola, Paolo Veneziano, Andrea Solario, Francesco Francia, Lorenzo Lotto, and Lattanzio Gambara.

Partial Catalogue[edit]

Label Painter Work Date Link
Raphael Fragments of Baronci altarpiece
Raphael Blessing Christ
Alessandro Bonvicino (il Moretto) Christ's passion and angel 1550-54 [1]
Pelagio Palagi Newton discovers the refraction of light [2]
Giovanni Girolamo Savoldo Adoration of the Shepherds c. 1540 [3]
Luigi Basiletti Landscape with figures (Aneas, Andromade, & Butrinto) 1811 [4]
Giacomo Ceruti The Laundress [5]
Giacomo Ceruti Women at work [6]
Francesco Hayez Encounter of Jacob and Esau 1844 []
Francesco Hayez []
Francesco Hayez Portrait of Teresa Borri Stampa Manzoni 1847-48
Giovanni Battista Moroni Portrait of a Doctor (The Magistrate) 1560 [7]
Justice and Peace kiss []
Girolamo Romanino Dinner in the home of Simon Pharisee [8]
Angelo Inganni The grape harvest [9]

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