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 Giovanni Bilivert

 

 

Giovanni Bilivert         


(b Florence, 25 Aug 1585; d Florence, 16 July 1644).

Painter and draughtsman, son of  Jacques Bijlivert. He probably first studied painting with Alessandro Casolani (1552/3–1607) in Siena. After his father’s death in 1603, Giovanni entered the studio of Lodovico Cigoli, following him in April 1604 to Rome, where he remained for most of the next three years. In 1609 Bilivert enrolled in the Accademia del Disegno, Florence. His first documented painting, the Martyrdom of St Callistus (1610; Rome, S Callisto in Trastevere), is indebted both to Cigoli and to naturalistic painting. Bilivert was employed by Cosimo II de’ Medici, from 1611 until the Grand Duke’s death in 1621, as a designer for works in pietra dura.

 


The Temptation of Charles and Ubalde

 

 


Angelica Hides from Ruggiero
1623-24

 

 


Tobias's Farewell to the Angel

 

 


Isabelle d'Aragon implorant Charles VIII en faveur de son père,
Alphonse, roi de Naples, et de son mari, Giovanni Galeazzo Sforza,
au moment de la conquête du royaume de Naples par les Français en 1494

 

 


Saint Zenobius revives a Dead Boy

 

 


The Guardian Angel

 

 


Die Auffindung des Heiligen Kreuzes durch Helena
1621

 

 


Compianto di Tancredi sul corpo di Clorinda

 

 


La chasteté de Joseph

 

 


Saint Agnes
Attributed to Giovanni Bilivert

 

 


Bathsheba

 
 

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