Bergognone

Bergognone

(bĕrgōnyō`nā) or

Borgognone

(bôr–), fl. 1450–1523, Italian painter, known also as Ambrogio Stefani da Fossano. His most important works are the frescoes in the Certosa of Pavia. His luminous and often charming paintings are in the National Gallery, London; the Louvre; the Metropolitan Museum; and the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Other works have remained in the churches of Bergamo, Lodi, Milan, and Pavia.
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At the same sale, they acquired a late 15th-century gold-ground panel of the Madonna and Child by the Lombard painter Ambrogio da Fossano, known as 11 Bergognone. Best known as the principal artist of the Certosa di Pavia, his paintings of this period have a calm, rather melancholy quality and a silvery tonality said to have been influenced by northern European art.
Armani is ready to open his wallet once more and is considering pulling out of his historic Via Borgonuovo palazzo and looking for another space in the Via Bergognone area.