By Anne Leader

Italian artist Andrea Fantoni died in Rovetta on 25 July 1734. Trained in his father’s workshop, Andrea worked as a sculptor, furniture-maker, and architect. He was a virtuoso wood-carver and he made elaborate furnishings for churches and private homes in Bergamo, Parma, and other northern Italian locales. The Fantoni workshop also produced works in marble and ivory.

For more see: Maria Ida Catalano. “Fantoni, Andrea.” Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press. Web. 19 Jul. 2013. .

Portrait of Andrea Fantoni, Bergamo

Various works by Andrea Fantoni

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