Vgo (stonemason)

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Vgo signature with sickle-shaped G inside Apt Crypt

Vgo, or Ugo, for "Hugues", was a stonemason active in Provence during the twelfth century. He left his signature on several Romanesque religious edifices in Provence and mainly in Tricastin:

He is not to be confused with Master Hugo, an English artist of the same century.

References[edit]

  • Revoil, Henry. Architecture Romane du Midi de la France. Paris: Morel, 1874. Vols. 2 and 3. Folio. 123 plates. Sold as a collection of prints. Mainly engravings with a few chromolithographs.
  • Rouquette, Jean Marie. Provence Romane. MCMLXXIV, Zodiaque La Nuit des Temps