Dalmata Giovanni (c1440-after 1509) (Giovanni Duknovich)

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Giovanni Duknovich, named Giovanni Dalmata, Dalmatian sculptor, was born in Trau' in circa 1440 and died in Ancona after 1509. Perhaps he was a pupil of Giorgio da Sebenico, and worked in Rome in collaboration with A.Bregno: a tomb of Tebaldi (1466, Chiesa di S.Maria dopra Minerva); a tomb of Roverella (1477, Chiesa di S.Clemente), with Mino da Fiesole: a tomb of Paul II (1474, Vatican Grottoes), and afterwards on his own: a tomb of Eroli (1479, Vatican Grottoes).

From 1481 Dalmata was working at the court of Mattia Corvino in Hungry, in Venice (1498), and in Ancona (a tomb of Beato Giannelli, 1509, Cathedral).

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