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Italian
Born
Puria di Valsolda 1527
Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129
Deceased
Milaan 1596-05-27
Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129
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son of Tebaldo Tibaldi, brother of Domenico Tibaldi
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had a large workshop as main architect of the Milanese cathedral
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  • Bologna 1549
    worked in the Palazzo Peselli in 1549 ((Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129)
  • Rome 1550
    went to Rome in the first year of Julius III's papacy, not in 1547 as Vasari mentions ((Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129)
  • Bologna 1558
    painted freschi in the Palazzo Poggi in commission of cardinal Poggi (Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129)
  • Loreto (Italië) 1558
    worked there in commission of cardinal Otto Truchsess von Waldburg (Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129)
  • Ancona 1560
    worked there mainly as military engineer (Vasari/Milanesi 1878, p. 419)
  • Ferrara 1563
    showed Giorgio Vasari his freschi in the refectory of San Giorgio (Vasari/Milanesi 1878, p. 419)
  • Milaan 1564
    travelled in 1564 to Milan to serve as architect of cardinal Carlo Borromeo; started in 1567 to work on the Duomo; began in 1569 with the construction of San Fedele; started in 1577 with the construction of San Sebastiano (Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129)
  • Pavia 1564
    designed the Collegio Borromeo (Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129)
  • Bologna 1565
    travelled to Bologna to paint two chapels in palazzi of noblemen (Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129)
  • Madrid (Spanje) 1587
    travelled there to work as sculptor and painter in commission of king Philip II of Spain (Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129)
  • Milaan 1596
    Thieme/Becker 1939, p. 129
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Christian religious scene, mythology
Creation date: 1992-01-26; Last modified date: 2019-01-10

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