Antonio Boselli

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Antonio Boselli (born circa 1470 - 1480 and died 1527 - 1532) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Bergamo.


He was born in San Giovanni Bianco in the Val Brembana, and painted from 1495-1527, in a style more reminiscent of the Quattrocento. In Bergamo, he painted the Saints Peter, Paul, and Luke for the church of San Cristoforo. He also painted a Virgin, St Peter, and Magdalen (1495) in a church in Ponteranica. he painted in Romacolo and Zogno. He painted for the church of San Cristoforo, Seriate.[1]


  1. ^ La Pittura in Lombardia: Il Quattrocento, by Electa Lombardia, Milan, multiple editors, (1993); page 445.