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GIOVANNI DA MILANO   (active 1350-69, Milano, Firenze) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter. He is first recorded in Bologna in 1409; the following year he was paid for the hangings for an important funeral in San Francesco, Bologna. His major surviving work is the fresco decoration of the Bolognini Chapel in San Petronio, Bologna, commissioned in Bartolomeo Bolognini's will of 1408. It is attributed to Giovanni on the basis of his later work (1420-21) in the neighboring chapel of S Abbondio. Bolognini stipulated that there should be a Paradise, in which Giovanni shows rows of saints seated on benches, contemplating the Coronation of the Virgin, an Inferno 'as horrible as possible' and a Journey of the Magi.

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  • The Birth of the Virgin

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  • The Crucifixion

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