Bertoja (1544-1574) (Jacopo Zanguidi)

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Jacopo Zanguidi, named Bertoja, Italian painter, was born and died in Parma in 1544-1574. His most noted works are: frescoes in Oratorio del Gonfalone in Rome (in collaboration with the other artists): Entrata in Gerusalemme; frescoes in Palazzo del Giardino in Parma; decoration of Palazzo di Caprarola. He revealed himself as an original painter, who's art is characterized by subtle and precious elaboration and interpretation of ancient myths.

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