Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli (Massa Carrara, 1654-1735) sculpteur italien du rococo, de l'école génoise.

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  • Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli (Massa Carrara, 1654-1735) sculpteur italien du rococo, de l'école génoise.
  • Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli, (citato anche come Giacomo Antonio Ponzanelli o Jacopo Antonio Ponzanelli) (Massa, 1654 – Genova, 1735), è stato uno scultore italiano del tardo periodo Barocco.
  • Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli (1654–1735) was an Italian late-Baroque sculptor. Born in Massa Carrara, where he first worked under his father, Giovanni Ponsonelli, a sculptor, in Finale Liguria and Savona. He worked in Genoa under his father-in-law Filippo Parodi for many years and was involved in portraiture. He accompanied Parodi to Venice and Padua. His studio became prolific after Parodi died in 1702. He sent statues and reliefs to Albizzuola, Cadiz, and Lisbon. His portrait of Marcantonio Grillo is in the Albergo dei Poveri in Genoa. His pupil, Pasquale Bocciardo (c. 1710 – c. 1791), completed posthumously the dramatic high altar for the church of Nostra Signora delle Vigne in Genoa.
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  • Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli (Massa Carrara, 1654-1735) sculpteur italien du rococo, de l'école génoise.
  • Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli, (citato anche come Giacomo Antonio Ponzanelli o Jacopo Antonio Ponzanelli) (Massa, 1654 – Genova, 1735), è stato uno scultore italiano del tardo periodo Barocco.
  • Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli (1654–1735) was an Italian late-Baroque sculptor. Born in Massa Carrara, where he first worked under his father, Giovanni Ponsonelli, a sculptor, in Finale Liguria and Savona. He worked in Genoa under his father-in-law Filippo Parodi for many years and was involved in portraiture. He accompanied Parodi to Venice and Padua. His studio became prolific after Parodi died in 1702. He sent statues and reliefs to Albizzuola, Cadiz, and Lisbon.
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  • Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli
  • Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli
  • Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli
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