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All FIGINO, Giovanni Ambrogio 's Paintings
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ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Blanca Maria Sforza, FIGINO, Giovanni Ambrogio
 Blanca Maria Sforza   c. 1493 Medium Oil on panel cjr
Blanca Maria Sforza, FIGINO, Giovanni Ambrogio
 Blanca Maria Sforza   1493 Medium Oil on panel cyf
Metal Plate with Peaches and Vine Leaves, FIGINO, Giovanni Ambrogio
 Metal Plate with Peaches and Vine Leaves   -1594 Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 21 x 29 cm (8.3 x 11.4 in) cyf
Portrait of Lucio Foppa  tu, FIGINO, Giovanni Ambrogio
 Portrait of Lucio Foppa tu   . 1590 Panel, 105 x 50 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
Still-life with Peaches and Fig-leaves fdg, FIGINO, Giovanni Ambrogio
 Still-life with Peaches and Fig-leaves fdg   1590s Oil on canvas Private collection

FIGINO, Giovanni Ambrogio
Italian painter, Lombard school (b. ca. 1551, Milano, d. 1608, Milano) was an Italian Renaissance painter from Milan. An important representative of the Lombard school of painting, he had been taught by Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo. Best known as a draftsman, he was also a skilled portrait painter. Among the few portraits that can be traced back to Figino, the portrait of Field Marshal Lucio Foppa is one of the best known. On January 25, 2001, his Portrait of Giovanni Angelo was auctioned at Sotheby's for US$ $1,435,750; after a high estimate of US$ 180,000[1]. The organ shutters for the Cathedral of Milan were painted after 1590 by Ambrogio, Camillo Procaccini, and Giuseppe Meda, depicting the Passage of the Red Sea and the Ascencion of Christ. In the Castello Sforcesco there is a painting of his of Saint Ambrose expelling the Arians. A still life painting, a thematic uncommon among Italians of his day, of peaches is attributed to him He also painted in Milan an Immaculate conception for Sant'Antonio,

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