Sermoneta (1521-1580) (Girolamo Siciolante)

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Girolamo Siciolante, named Sermoneta, Italian painter, was born in Sermoneta in 1521 and died in Rome in 1580. His artistic formation took place in the mannerist environment of Roman school: collaborator of Perin del Vaga in Castel Sant'Angelo. But after some time he accepted the classicist modes for his works: Madonna con sei santi (1548, Bologna, San Martino Maggiore); La nascita della Vergine (1565, Rome, San Tommaso dei Cenci). Sermoneta worked in Rome, Piacenza and Bologna as a painter and portraitist: Stefano Colonna (1561, Rome, Palazzo Venezia).

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