Bartolomeo Schedoni

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Bartolomeo Schedoni, Charity, Museo di Capodimonte, Naples, 1611

Bartolomeo Schedoni(sometimes Schedone)[1] (1578–1615) was an Italian early Baroque painter from Reggio Emilia.


Schedoni was born in Modena, and moved to Parma with his father. He apprenticed under Federico Zuccari in Rome after 1598, with the sponsorship of Ranuccio I Farnese, Duke of Parma. He then returned to Parma. The baroque art historian Count Carlo Cesare Malvasia claims that he trained under Annibale Carracci in Bologna. Schedoni may have died of suicide after a night of heavy gambling losses. His painting shows knowledge of Caravaggio’s work.

His masterpieces are in the Galleria Nazionale of Parma, and were the two paintings intended for the altar of the church of the Capuchin convent in Fontevivo, near Parma.

Anthology of works[edit]

  • The Entombment
  • Three Marys at the Tomb
  • Rest on the Flight to Egypt
  • Charity


  1. ^ Lawrence Gowing (1987). Paintings in the Louvre. Stewart, Tabori and Chang. p. 308. ISBN 1-55670-007-5. 
  • Francis P. Smyth and John P. O'Neill (Editors in Chief) (1986). National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, ed. The Age of Correggio and the Carracci: Emilian Painting of the 16th and 17th Centuries. pp. 526–533. 

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