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Giovanni Antonio Amadeo c. Amadeo was born in Pavia. In he was commissioned by Bartolomeo Colleoni to complete his funerary chapel, the Cappella Colleoni in Bergamo , which had been begun by Guiniforte and Francesco Solari. Amadeo added polychrome decoration and many sculptures in the ancient style including medallions, small columns, busts, reliefs of "Histories from the Old Testament" and "Histories of Hercules". Amadeo also designed the funerary monument to Medea Colleoni, which was intended for the church of Santa Maria della Basella in Urgnano. The condottiero's tomb was realized in collaboration with other artists, with Amadeo providing the reliefs of the lower sarcophagus and of the smaller upper sarcophagus, as well seven statues of the Virtues. In he finished the arch of the Persian Martyrs in the Olivetani Monastery of Cremona four marble reliefs remain today, dated In he collaborated with his brother-in-law Pietro Antonio Solari in the Ospedale Maggiore of Milan, a project of which he was made director ten years later. Amadeo was then active in the decoration of the Milan Cathedral. In Amadeo was commissioned by Cardinal Ascanio Sforza , to become director of works of the new Pavia Cathedral , again with Bramante having a minor role.
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Giovanni Antonio Amadeo c. Amadeo was born in Pavia. In he was commissioned by Bartolomeo Colleoni to complete his funerary chapel, the Cappella Colleoni in Bergamo , which had been begun by Guiniforte and Francesco Solari. Amadeo added polychrome decoration and many sculptures in the ancient style including medallions, small columns, busts, reliefs of "Histories from the Old Testament" and "Histories of Hercules".

Amadeo also designed the funerary monument to Medea Colleoni, which was intended for the church of Santa Maria della Basella in Urgnano. The condottiero's tomb was realized in collaboration with other artists, with Amadeo providing the reliefs of the lower sarcophagus and of the smaller upper sarcophagus, as well seven statues of the Virtues.

In he finished the arch of the Persian Martyrs in the Olivetani Monastery of Cremona four marble reliefs remain today, dated In he collaborated with his brother-in-law Pietro Antonio Solari in the Ospedale Maggiore of Milan, a project of which he was made director ten years later. Amadeo was then active in the decoration of the Milan Cathedral. In Amadeo was commissioned by Cardinal Ascanio Sforza , to become director of works of the new Pavia Cathedral , again with Bramante having a minor role.

In , he helped design and build the Arca di San Lanfranco for the church of that name in Pavia. From he directed works at the Milan Cathedral, finishing the tambour in In he sculpted reliefs with "Stories of the Carthusians" and "life of St. Bruno" for the Certosa of Pavia. In [3] it has been proven that the Sanctuary of Santa Maria alla Fontana in Milan, attributed for many years to Leonardo da Vinci was in fact designed by Amadeo.

In he also presented a model for the spire of the Milan Cathedral, which was not executed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. L'Amodeo e S. Maria alla Fontana.

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