Giovanni Antonio de Groot

Italian, North Netherlandish
Arona (Milaan) 1664-06-13
Houbraken erroneouly states he was from Antwerp.
Scopa (Vercelli) 1712-12-17
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son of landscape painter Riccardo de Groot from Naarden and Orsola de Capitani from Arona, Italy
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  • Milaan
    pupil of Antonio Busca (Glabbeek/Te Marvelde 2011)
  • Rome 1674 - 1675
    In Rome 1674-1675 mentioned among the revelers in the church Santa Costanza (Hoogewerff 1952); pupil of Carlo Maratti (Glabbeek/Te Marvelde 2011)
  • Venetië
    according to his biographer Lazzaro Agostino Cotta, he was in the workshop of Pieter Mulier II
  • Noordelijke Nederlanden (historische regio) 1694 - 1698
    travelled to the Netherlands to resolve an issue concerning the inheritance from his father (Glabbeek/Te Marvelde 2011)
  • Düsseldorf 1697
    painted a work for the marriage of Don Gastone de' Medici and Anna Maria van Saxen Lauenburg (Glabbeek/Te Marvelde 2011)
  • Amsterdam 1698
    was paid for two wall paintings in the Town Hall (Van Glabbeeck/Te Marvelde 2011)
  • Milaan 1700
    worked on a monument for King Charles II of Spain in the Cathedral of Milan (Van Glabbeeck/Te Marvelde 2011)
  • Varallo 1712
    lived his last years in the area of Varallo and died here (Van Glabbeeck/Te Marvelde 2011)
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This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
Christian religious scene, history (as a genre), landscape (as genre)
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Creation date: 2010-04-08; Last modified date: 2022-04-07


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