Camillo Boccaccino

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Camillo Boccaccino, David, 1530, Piacenza, Palazzo Farnese

Camillo Boccaccino (Italian: [bokkatˈtʃiːno]; 1511 – 4 January 1546) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Cremona and regions of Lombardy.[1]

He was born in Cremona, the son and pupil of the painter Boccaccio Boccaccino. He was known to Gian Paolo Lomazzo and Giorgio Vasari. He painted the four evangelists (1537) in the niches of the cupola of San Sigismondo at Cremona.

References[edit]

  1. ^ La pittura cremonese, by Principe Bartolommeo de Soresina Vidoni, page 45-50.