Giovanni dal Ponte
Giovanni dal Ponte (1385 – ca. 1438) was an Italian painter of the late-Gothic period. He is known by Vasari as dal Ponte, a name derived from the location of his studio at Santo Stefano a Ponte. Many other documents cite his name as Giovanni di Marco.
He died in Florence.
Giovanni dal Ponte is known for genre works and historical allegories as well as religious works. His output was very varied and prolific production. He produced fresco cycles and panels and also decorated small objects.
He is not to be confused with the much earlier painter Giovanni da Santo Stefano da Ponte (1306–1365).
- Eunice D. Howe. " Giovanni dal Ponte." Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press. Web. 18 Mar. 2016
- Rassegna d'arte antica e moderna, Volumes 4, article: Giovanni Dal Ponte by Carlo Gamba, Milan, December 1904, page 177.
- The Burlington Magazine, Volume 9, article: Giovanni dal Ponte, by Herbert P. Horne, 1906, page 334.
- Giovanni Dal Ponte in the RKD, accessed 18 March 2016 (Dutch)
- Giovanni Dal Ponte at the National Gallery, London
- Media related to Giovanni dal Ponte at Wikimedia Commons
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