Giovanni Maria dalle Piane was born in Genoa in 1660 and died in Monticelli d'Ongina on 28 June 1745. He was a pupil of   G.B. Merano in Genoa from 1670 to 1676. Next he continued his studies in Rome from 1676 to 1684 in the school of G.B. Gaulli. Returning to Genoa in 1684, he began to carry out an intense activity as a portraitist. In 1695 he was called to Parma by Duke Francesco. Later he returned to Parma and Piacenza, on two other occasions, in 1698 and in 1706. In 1708 he was active in Milan, invited to make the portrait of Elisabetta Cristina of Wolfenbüttel. In 1709 he made the equestrian portrait of Prince Antonio Farnese who named him court painter. From 1730 to 1741 he was named  court painter of Charles of Bourbon in Naples. The portraits by dalle Piane, painted with nervous brushstrokes and characterized by the wide swaying of decorative curtains and exuberant draperies, clearly show the influence of contemporary French and English portraitists. Among his paintings of religious subject, remarkable, in Genoa, the Guardian Angel in the church of S.M. Lauretana and St. Catherine in the oratory of the Stigmata of St. Francis; the Madonna and Child in the cathedral of Parma; S. Francesca Romana in the church of S. Antonio in Piacenza.
Bibliografia:
  • Fonti per la Storia della Critica d'Arte, su fosca.unige.it (archiviato dall'url originale il 22 luglio 2011).
  • Raffaello Soprani, Delle vite de' pittori, scultori, ed architetti genovesi; Tomo secundo scritto da Carlo Giuseppe Ratti, a cura di Carlo Giuseppe Ratti, Stamperia Casamara in Genoa, dalle Cinque Lampadi, con licenza de Superiori; Digitized by Googlebooks from Oxford University copy on Feb. 2, 2007, 1769, pages 146.
  • Marco Horak, Il Mulinaretto tra i grandi ritrattisti presenti nelle raccolte piacentine, in "Panorama Musei", Anno XVI, n. 2, agosto 2011
  • Marco Horak, Il Mulinaretto, "pittore di indicibil grazia", in "Piacentinità", anno XVI, dicembre 2013
  • Lauro Magnani, DELLE PIANE, Giovanni Maria, detto il Mulinaretto, in Dizionario biografico degli italiani, vol. 38, Roma, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, 1998.
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Giovanni Maria dalle Piane was born in Genoa in 1660 and died in Monticelli d&#39;Ongina on 28 June 1745. He was a pupil of &nbsp;&nbsp;G.B. Merano in Genoa from 1670 to 1676. Next he continued his studies in Rome from 1676 to 1684 in the school of G.B. Gaulli. Returning to Genoa in 1684, he began to carry out an intense activity as a portraitist. In 1695 he was called to Parma by Duke Francesco. Later he returned to Parma and Piacenza, on two other occasions, in 1698 and in 1706. In 1708 he was active in Milan, invited to make the portrait of Elisabetta Cristina of Wolfenb&uuml;ttel. In 1709 he made the equestrian portrait of Prince Antonio Farnese who named him court painter. From 1730 to 1741 he was named &nbsp;court painter of Charles of Bourbon in Naples. The portraits by dalle Piane, painted with nervous brushstrokes and characterized by the wide swaying of decorative curtains and exuberant draperies, clearly show the influence of contemporary French and English portraitists. Among his paintings of religious subject, remarkable, in Genoa, the Guardian Angel in the church of S.M. Lauretana and St. Catherine in the oratory of the Stigmata of St. Francis; the Madonna and Child in the cathedral of Parma; S. Francesca Romana in the church of S. Antonio in Piacenza.<br />
Bibliografia:
<ul>
	<li>Fonti per la Storia della Critica d&#39;Arte, su fosca.unige.it (archiviato dall&#39;url originale il 22 luglio 2011).</li>
	<li>Raffaello Soprani, Delle vite de&#39; pittori, scultori, ed architetti genovesi; Tomo secundo scritto da Carlo Giuseppe Ratti, a cura di Carlo Giuseppe Ratti, Stamperia Casamara in Genoa, dalle Cinque Lampadi, con licenza de Superiori; Digitized by Googlebooks from Oxford University copy on Feb. 2, 2007, 1769, pages 146.</li>
	<li>Marco Horak, Il Mulinaretto tra i grandi ritrattisti presenti nelle raccolte piacentine, in &quot;Panorama Musei&quot;, Anno XVI, n. 2, agosto 2011</li>
	<li>Marco Horak, Il Mulinaretto, &quot;pittore di indicibil grazia&quot;, in &quot;Piacentinit&agrave;&quot;, anno XVI, dicembre 2013</li>
	<li>Lauro Magnani, DELLE PIANE, Giovanni Maria, detto il Mulinaretto, in Dizionario biografico degli italiani, vol. 38, Roma, Istituto dell&#39;Enciclopedia Italiana, 1998.</li>
</ul>
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"Giovanni Maria dalle Piane was born in Genoa in 1660 and died in Monticelli d'Ongina on 28 June 1745. He was a pupil of   G.B. Merano in Genoa from 1670 to 1676. Next he continued his studies in Rome from 1676 to 1684 in the school of G.B. Gaulli. Returning to Genoa in 1684, he began to carry out an intense activity as a portraitist. In 1695 he was called to Parma by Duke Francesco. Later he returned to Parma and Piacenza, on two other occasions, in 1698 and in 1706. In 1708 he was active in Milan, invited to make the portrait of Elisabetta Cristina of Wolfenbüttel. In 1709 he made the equestrian portrait of Prince Antonio Farnese who named him court painter. From 1730 to 1741 he was named  court painter of Charles of Bourbon in Naples. The portraits by dalle Piane, painted with nervous brushstrokes and characterized by the wide swaying of decorative curtains and exuberant draperies, clearly show the influence of contemporary French and English portraitists. Among his paintings of religious subject, remarkable, in Genoa, the Guardian Angel in the church of S.M. Lauretana and St. Catherine in the oratory of the Stigmata of St. Francis; the Madonna and Child in the cathedral of Parma; S. Francesca Romana in the church of S. Antonio in Piacenza.
Bibliografia:
  • Fonti per la Storia della Critica d'Arte, su fosca.unige.it (archiviato dall'url originale il 22 luglio 2011).
  • Raffaello Soprani, Delle vite de' pittori, scultori, ed architetti genovesi; Tomo secundo scritto da Carlo Giuseppe Ratti, a cura di Carlo Giuseppe Ratti, Stamperia Casamara in Genoa, dalle Cinque Lampadi, con licenza de Superiori; Digitized by Googlebooks from Oxford University copy on Feb. 2, 2007, 1769, pages 146.
  • Marco Horak, Il Mulinaretto tra i grandi ritrattisti presenti nelle raccolte piacentine, in "Panorama Musei", Anno XVI, n. 2, agosto 2011
  • Marco Horak, Il Mulinaretto, "pittore di indicibil grazia", in "Piacentinità", anno XVI, dicembre 2013
  • Lauro Magnani, DELLE PIANE, Giovanni Maria, detto il Mulinaretto, in Dizionario biografico degli italiani, vol. 38, Roma, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, 1998.
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Giovanni Maria dalle Piane was born in Genoa in 1660 and died in Monticelli d'Ongina on 28 June 1745. He was a pupil of G.B. Merano in Genoa from 1670 to 1676. Next he continued his studies in Rome from 1676 to 1684 in the school of G.B. Gaulli. Returning to Genoa in 1684, he began to carry out an intense activity as a portraitist. In 1695 he was called to Parma by Duke Francesco. Later he returned to Parma and Piacenza, on two other occasions, in 1698 and in 1706. In 1708 he was active in Milan, invited to make the portrait of Elisabetta Cristina of Wolfenbüttel. In 1709 he made the equestrian portrait of Prince Antonio Farnese who named him court painter. From 1730 to 1741 he was named court painter of Charles of Bourbon in Naples. The portraits by dalle Piane, painted with nervous brushstrokes and characterized by the wide swaying of decorative curtains and exuberant draperies, clearly show the influence of contemporary French and English portraitists. Among his paintings of religious subject, remarkable, in Genoa, the Guardian Angel in the church of S.M. Lauretana and St. Catherine in the oratory of the Stigmata of St. Francis; the Madonna and Child in the cathedral of Parma; S. Francesca Romana in the church of S. Antonio in Piacenza.
Bibliografia:
  • Fonti per la Storia della Critica d'Arte, su fosca.unige.it (archiviato dall'url originale il 22 luglio 2011).
  • Raffaello Soprani, Delle vite de' pittori, scultori, ed architetti genovesi; Tomo secundo scritto da Carlo Giuseppe Ratti, a cura di Carlo Giuseppe Ratti, Stamperia Casamara in Genoa, dalle Cinque Lampadi, con licenza de Superiori; Digitized by Googlebooks from Oxford University copy on Feb. 2, 2007, 1769, pages 146.
  • Marco Horak, Il Mulinaretto tra i grandi ritrattisti presenti nelle raccolte piacentine, in "Panorama Musei", Anno XVI, n. 2, agosto 2011
  • Marco Horak, Il Mulinaretto, "pittore di indicibil grazia", in "Piacentinità", anno XVI, dicembre 2013
  • Lauro Magnani, DELLE PIANE, Giovanni Maria, detto il Mulinaretto, in Dizionario biografico degli italiani, vol. 38, Roma, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, 1998.
  • Price : 5000 €
    Artist : Giovanni Maria Dalle Piane (1660-1745), Ecole
    Period:18th century
    Style:Louis 14th, Regency
    Condition : Très bon état

    Material : Huile sur toile
    Length: 64.5 cm
    Height : 79 cm

    Reference : 528379
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    Giovanni Maria dalle Piane was born in Genoa in 1660 and died in Monticelli d'Ongina on 28 June 1745. He was a pupil of   G.B. Merano in Genoa from 1670 to 1676. Next he continued his studies in Rome from 1676 to 1684 in the school of G.B. Gaulli. Returning to Genoa in 1684, he began to carry out an intense activity as a portraitist. In 1695 he was called to Parma by Duke Francesco. Later he returned to Parma and Piacenza, on two other occasions, in 1698 and in 1706. In 1708 he was active in Milan, invited to make the portrait of Elisabetta Cristina of Wolfenbüttel. In 1709 he made the equestrian portrait of Prince Antonio Farnese who named him court painter. From 1730 to 1741 he was named  court painter of Charles of Bourbon in Naples. The portraits by dalle Piane, painted with nervous brushstrokes and characterized by the wide swaying of decorative curtains and exuberant draperies, clearly show the influence of contemporary French and English portraitists. Among his paintings of religious subject, remarkable, in Genoa, the Guardian Angel in the church of S.M. Lauretana and St. Catherine in the oratory of the Stigmata of St. Francis; the Madonna and Child in the cathedral of Parma; S. Francesca Romana in the church of S. Antonio in Piacenza.
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