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Qualifications
fresco painter, architect, sculptor, designer, decorative painter (of interiors), art dealer (person), collector
Vittoria bezat tien schilderijen van Pauwels Franck (Paolo Fiammingo);
Nationality/school
Italian
Born
Trento 1525
Deceased
Venice 1608-05-27
Alessandro Vittoria died at Venice in 1608. His tomb, with his self-portrait bust, is in the church of San Zaccaria in Venice
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  • Trento 1530 - 1543
    Vittoria was first trained in his native city, Trento, then moved to Venice.
  • Venetië 1543 - 1551-12
    In July 1543 he went to Venice, where he lived, with an interruption, for the rest of his life. There he entered the workshop of Jacopo Sansovino. Vittoria continued to work for Sansovino during the 1540s but by 1550 was an independent master.
  • Vicenza 1551-12 - 1553-05
    After one quarrel with Jacopo Sansovino, he removed from Venice and worked in Vicenza where he collaborated with Veronese on the decorations of the Villa Barbaro at Maser before returning. Vittoria’s main project in Vicenza was the stucco decoration of rooms in Andrea Palladio’s Palazzo Thiene (now Banca Popolare).
  • Venetië 1553-05 - 1608
    By May of 1553 Vittoria was back in Venice.
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Subjects
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.
allegory, figure, mythology, nude figure, portrait
Medium/technique
marble, terracotta
Product
ornament design, bust (sculpture)
Entered on: 1992-02-01; Modification on: 2018-12-03

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