Stefano Ticozzi

Stefano Ticozzi (1762-1836) was an Italian art historian.

He was born in Parturo, near Como, he wrote the three volumes published in Milan during 1830-1833 of the encyclopedic "Dizionario degli architetti, scultori, pittori, intagliatori in rame ed in pietra, coniatori di medaglie, musaicisti, niellatori, intarsiatori d'ogni età e d'ogni nazione" (Dictionary of the architects, sculptors, painters, engravers in wood and stone, minters of medallions, mosaicists, jewelers of niello, and makers of intarsio work). The work was a then up-to-date assembly of biographical data and works of artists from Europe of the prior four centuries to the contemporary time, who were known to the author through exposure or the work of previous authors.

Ticozzi was an honorary member of the Academy of fine arts in Carrara and the Atheneum of Venice.

Catalogue of monograms

Among the artists for which Ticozzi graphically reproduces the monograms are the following: Adam , Veneziano Agostino , Cavaliere Cherubino Alberti , Enrico Aldegrever , Alberto Altorfer , Pomponio Amalteo , Jost Ammon , Andrea Appiani , Michele l'Asne , Roberto Audenard , Cesare de Avibus , Francesco Babel , Alessandro Badiale , Hans Baldung , Antonio Balestra , Domenico del Barbiere , Giovanni Guglielmo Bauer , Nicoló Beatricio or Beatricetto , Domenico Beccafumi , Hans Sebal Beham , Stefano della Bella , Carlo Berghem , Cornelio Blecker , Bartholomeo Bohem , Giovanni Sebaldo Bohem (likely HS Beham above) , Scheid Bolswert , Domenico Bonavera , Orazio Borgianni , Abramo Bosse , Renato Boyvin (Rene Boyvin) , Francesco Brizio , Nicolo Bruyn , Simone Cantarino , Bernardo Castello , Fabricio Castello , Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione , Francesco Chauveau , Michele Cocxie , Claudio Coello , Adriano Collaert , Giovanni Couvay , Luca Cranack , Teodoro Cruger , Teodoro Cuerenhet , van Culembac , Camillo Cungio , Corrado or Cornelio van Dalen , Giovanni Danet , Pietro Daret , Leone Darij , Carlo David , Bartolomeo Dolendo , Zaccaria Dolende , Gaspare Dughet , Alberto Durero , Adamo Elzkeimer , Episcopius , Giacinto Espinosa , Bartolomeo Esteban Murillo, Guglielmo Fartorne , Francia, Agnese Frey, Giovanni Battista Galestruzzi , Filippo Galle, Natale Garnier, Antonio L Garnier, Giacinto Geminiani , Giacomo Ghein, Giorgio Ghisi, Adamo Ghisi , Giovanni Battista Ghisi, Alberto Glockentom, Enrico Golzio, Carlo Gregori, Matteo Gruvenald, Martino Heemskerken, Cornelio Hevissen, Hisbin, Agostino Hirschfogel, G. H. Hodges, Giovanni Holbein, Sigismundo Holbein, Guglielmo Hondio, Enrico Hondio, Daniello Hopfer and his brother Lamberto Hopfer, Giovanni van Huctenburg, Cristoforo Iamnitzer, Francesco Xaverio Iungwiect, Hans Kaldung, Mario Kartaro, Bartolommeo Kilian, Luca Kilian, Antonio Lafrey, Lodovico Lana, Enrico Lautensack, Hans Sebald Lautensack, Michele Leblon, Guglielmo Leewe, Hans Liefring, Renato Lochon, Guglielmo Lodge, Pietro Lombard, Michele Lucchese, Pietro Testa (il Lucchesino), Andrea Mantegna , Giorgio Mantovano , Bernardino Mei, Met Matsys, Martino da Bologna, Cristofano Maurer, Micarino, Giuseppe Maria Mitelle, Mignot, Girolamo Mocetti, Niccolo da Modena, Luigi Morales, Paolo Moreelsen, Morto da Feltre, Moyart, Pietro Vander Nolpe, Manro Oddi , Luca d'Olanda, Vaaer Ossanen, Giacomo Palma, Antonio Palomino, Maddalena Passe o Pass, Bartolommeo Passerotti , Gregorio o Giorgio Peius, Giorgio Penez, Luca Penni, Stefano Perac, Francesco Perrier, Persecouter (or Peter van Serwouter) , Cornelio Poelemborg, Francesco Poilly, Pietro Quest, Marc'Antonio Raimondi, Silvestre da Ravenna , Marco Ravenna, Rembrandt, Gaspare Reverdino, Giuseppe Ribera, Sebastiano Ricci, Marco Ricci, Guglielmo Roger , Salvatore Rosa, Martino Rota, Guido Ruggieri, Giusto Sadeler, Hans Saenredan, Andrea Salmincio, Raffaello Sanzio, Raffaello Scaminozzi, Hans Scauflig, Giorgio Federico Schmid, Martino Schoenio or Schoen, Giovanni Schoorel (or Jan Schoorel), Adamo Schweikart, Giovanni Sheustellin, Cornelio Sichem (or Cornelius van Sichem), Virgilio Solis, ossia Teodoro Starem Dietrich, Tobia Stimmer, Giovanni Cristoforo Stimmer, Vito Stossio, Cornelio Swanembourg, Antonio Tempesta, Teniers, Teodoro van Thulden, Giovanni Valdes Leal, Giovanni Luigi Valesio, Luca Valdes, Tiziano Vecellio, Antonio Vaterloo, Cesare Vecellio, Marco Veccellio, Giulio Cesare Venenti, Niccola Vicentino, Enea Vico, Francesco Villamena, Niccolo Giovanni Visscher, Giovan Giorgio Vliet, Pietro Voeriot, Michele Volgemut, Antonio Vormazia, Luca Vosterman (or Luc Wosterman, Vovilleminot (or Wovilleminot), and Martino Zagel.

References

[http://www.dictionaryofarthistorians.org/ticozzis.htm Dictionary of Art Historians]

*cite book | first= Stefano| last= Ticozzi| year=1830| title= "Dizionario degli architetti, scultori, pittori, intagliatori in rame ed in pietra, coniatori di medaglie, musaicisti, niellatori, intarsiatori d’ogni etá e d’ogni nazione"' (Volume 1)| editor = | pages= page 133-4 | publisher=Gaetano Schiepatti; Digitized by Googlebooks, Jan 24, 2007 | id= | url= http://books.google.com/books?id=0ownAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA5&dq=Stefano+Ticozzi+Dizionario | authorlink=

*cite book | first= Stefano| last= Ticozzi | year=1813| title= "Storia dei letterati e degli artisti del Dipartimento della Piave"| chapter= | editor= | others= | pages= | publisher= Francesco Antonio Tissi, Belluno; Digitized by Googlebooks, Apr 3, 2007 | id= | url= http://books.google.it/books?id=peAAAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=Stefano+ticozzi&lr=&ei=nUPWSPHBOYmUzASt--DrDg | authorlink=


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