Giovanni Antonio Sogliani (1492 -1544)
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Giovanni Antonio Sogliani was a Italian painter of the Renaissance, active mainly in Florence. Giorgio Vasari in his Vite, the main source of Sogliani’s biography, claimed that the painter had apprenticed with Lorenzo di Credi for two decades. While impossible, the legend rings true because of the persistence an archaic style in Sogliani’s paintings. He was the executor of Lorenzo’s will in 1531.
He painted a Martyrdom of St Acasio for the Church of San Lorenzo in Florence. Vasari claims that Sogliani was influenced by Fra Bartolommeo in this painting. He painted a St Martin for the Orsanmichele. He painted an altarpiece of St Brigitta now in the Museo di San Marco. He also painted numerous canvases for the Duomo in Pisa. He painted an Allegory of the Immaculate Conception now in the Accademia di Belli Arti in Florence.
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