Giulio Campi

c. 1508-1572 Italy High Renaissance

 

Brief Biography-Giulio Campi was from a family of painters consisting of his father Galeazzo and brothers Vincenzo and Antonio, Giulio being the eldest son. The family were from Cremona, Northern Italy. Giulio was taught by his father and he in turn tutored his younger brother Vincenzo. Giulio worked out of Cremona and was influenced by the works of Pordenone and Giulio Romano. He later studied under Romano. His main works were in the churches of Cremona and Mantua.

 

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allegory
of vanity

allegory of vanity

burial of santa
agueda

burial of santa agueda

portrait of a
gentleman in black

portrait of a gentleman in black

portrait
of a man

portrait of a man

the
chess players

the chess players

portrait of father
galeazzo campi

portrait of father galeazzo campi

portrait of ottavio
farnese

portrait of ottavio farnese

portrait of
a musician

portrait of a musician