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Antonio Bonvicino and Venetian Crucifixes of the Early Quattrocento

Anne Markham Schulz
Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz
48. Bd., H. 3 (2004), pp. 293-332
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27655363
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Abstract

Un cartello iscritto registra che il Crocifisso in SS. Apollinare e Cristoforo a Casteldimezzo (PS) fu scolpito a Venezia da Antonio Bonvicino e dipinto da Jacobello del Fiore. Considerazioni stilistiche attestano la sua datazione intorno al 1415. Un Cristo Passo leggermente anteriore, in S. Carlo Borromeo, Mestre, e un Crocifisso posteriore proveniente da Santa Maria dei Frari a Venezia e adesso negli Staatliche Museen di Berlino sono evidentemente della stessa mano. A Bonvicino o alla sua bottega possono esser fatti risalire altri undici Crocifissi sparsi in varie chiese tra Mestre, Treviso, Venezia, Vicenza e già in una collezione privata ad Amsterdam. Bonvicino si dimostra così il più importante scultore di Crocifissi in legno a Venezia nel primo Quattrocento.

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