Giovanni Angelo Borroni (né en 1684 à Crémone en Lombardie et mort à Milan en 1772) est un peintre italien baroque du XVIIIe siècle.

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  • Giovanni Angelo Borroni (né en 1684 à Crémone en Lombardie et mort à Milan en 1772) est un peintre italien baroque du XVIIIe siècle.
  • Giovanni Angelo Borroni (1684–1772) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque and early-Neoclassic periods, active mainly in Milan and Cremona. He was born in Cremona and died in Milan. He was the pupil of the painter Angelo Massarotti, and afterwards of Robert Le Longe. On leaving those masters he was patronized by the noble family of Crivelli, and was employed some years in ornamenting their palace. He painted several pictures for the churches at Cremona and Milan. In the Cathedral of Milan he painted St. Benedict in the act of interceding for the city. He painted frescoes on mythologic themes for the Villa Brentano Carones in Corbetta, along with Mattia Bortoloni. He also painted a Glory of the Saint (1755) for the cupola of the church dedicated to San Omobono of Cremona.
  • Giovanni Angelo Borroni (Cremona, 1684 – Milano, 1772) è stato un pittore italiano del periodo a cavallo tra il tardo barocco e il primo neoclassicismo, attivo principalmente a Milano ed a Cremona.Egli fu allievo del pittore Angelo Massarotti, e successivamente di Robert Le Longe. Resosi indipendente dai propri maestri, venne supportato notevolmente dalla famiglia Crivelli, e venne impiegato diversi anni negli ornamenti pittorici dei loro palazzi. Egli dipinse anche molti affreschi per diverse chiese a Cremona ed a Milano. Nel Duomo di Milano egli dipinse un San Benedetto nell'atto di intercedere per la città. Egli dipinse anche affreschi a tema mitologico per il Palazzo Brentano di Corbetta, assieme a Mattia Bortoloni. Egli dipinse anche la Gloria del Santo (1755) per la cupola della chiesa dedicata a Sant'Omobono di Cremona.
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  • Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, Biographical and Critical
  • Biographical catalogue of the principal Italian painters
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  • Giovanni Angelo Borroni (né en 1684 à Crémone en Lombardie et mort à Milan en 1772) est un peintre italien baroque du XVIIIe siècle.
  • Giovanni Angelo Borroni (1684–1772) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque and early-Neoclassic periods, active mainly in Milan and Cremona. He was born in Cremona and died in Milan. He was the pupil of the painter Angelo Massarotti, and afterwards of Robert Le Longe. On leaving those masters he was patronized by the noble family of Crivelli, and was employed some years in ornamenting their palace. He painted several pictures for the churches at Cremona and Milan.
  • Giovanni Angelo Borroni (Cremona, 1684 – Milano, 1772) è stato un pittore italiano del periodo a cavallo tra il tardo barocco e il primo neoclassicismo, attivo principalmente a Milano ed a Cremona.Egli fu allievo del pittore Angelo Massarotti, e successivamente di Robert Le Longe. Resosi indipendente dai propri maestri, venne supportato notevolmente dalla famiglia Crivelli, e venne impiegato diversi anni negli ornamenti pittorici dei loro palazzi.
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