The article suggests the attribution of an altarpiece from the church of San Nicola da Tolentino in San Pellegrino Terme to Gaspare Diziani, with documentary evidences. It discusses its relevance within the context of the widespread penetration of eighteenth-century Venetian painting in the mainland domains of the Republic, with particular reference to the frescoes by Diziani himself in the church of San Bartolomeo in Bergamo (1751) and the reception of local patrons.

Confini del Settecento veneziano: un’ancona di Gaspare Diziani a San Pellegrino Terme

rodolfo maffeis
2021

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The article suggests the attribution of an altarpiece from the church of San Nicola da Tolentino in San Pellegrino Terme to Gaspare Diziani, with documentary evidences. It discusses its relevance within the context of the widespread penetration of eighteenth-century Venetian painting in the mainland domains of the Republic, with particular reference to the frescoes by Diziani himself in the church of San Bartolomeo in Bergamo (1751) and the reception of local patrons.
Gaspare Diziani, Bergamo, San Pellegrino Terme, rococo painting, altarpiece
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