Tommaso Amantini

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Tommaso Amantini
Born9 March 1625
Died1675 (aged 49–50)
Style Sculpture
Movement Baroque

Tommaso Amantini (9 March 1625 – 1675) was an Italian sculptor and painter of the Baroque period. He was born in Urbania in the Marche region, and died in Rome. [1] He studied with Bartoccini in Urbania, where he worked on maiolica. He then went to Borgo San Sepolcro to work with Federico Gioia In Rome he was part of the circle working for Bernini. He created some of the sculptures for the oratory of Saint Catherine in Urbania. [2]

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References

  1. Disegni della Biblioteca Comunale di Urbania, by Marina Cellini (1999), page 619.
  2. Memorie istoriche delle maioliche lavorate in Castel Durante o sia Urbania, page 49.