Monday, September 24, 2007

Francesco Mosca (Simone Mosca Moschino) (c 1546-1578)

There is very little information about this 16th c. Mannerist sculptor. He is the son of Simone Mosca, also a sculptor, and he may have completed some of his father's works. There is a A marble relief of iane and Acteon at the Bargello in Florence. The largest collection of his works are in the cathedral at Pisa. These include a nude statue of St Sebastian and figures of St Peter and St Paul. Two other works (a Virgin and Child and Angel) are in the chapel of the Annunciation.

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1 comment:

Chris said...

Mosca's large sculpture, Atalanta and Meleager with the Calydonian Boar, ca. 1564-1565, is on prominent display in the Sculpture Hall of the newly remodeled Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.