Arras, Maria Giovanna (2014) Spagna, Italia ed Europa settentrionale nella pittura sarda del 16. sec.: il Maestro di Ozieri. Doctoral Thesis.
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The research project, was born from my own interest to a protagonist of the Sardinian painting of the sixteenth century, an anonymous painter who was given the name Maestro di Ozieri (Master of Ozieri).
His art characterized by a very interesting aspect: the plot of the relationship with other pictorial languages, different and distant from those he could contact with, in the isolate.
The first part of the work is devoted to the Italian painters mannerism –specifically that Lombardo and Campano - , that have influenced the painting of the Master.
The second part is dedicated to German and Spanish painting, and their influence in the works of the Master. There are numerous links with the Iberian scope, that has conditioned the art, the history and the culture of Sardinia, but also the North european current, it creeps up immediately in the critical event which concerned its activity, so that some of his works were attributed to Mathis Grünewald.
The last part is entirely dedicated to the figure of the Master, and its production.
In attemps to define and expand the figure of the Master and the links with the current italian and european mannerist.
An ample space is given to research, carried out in the field aimed at direct observation of the works stored in different parts of Sardinia. From retablo di Nostra Signora di Loreto, at the Cathedral of Ozieri, to survivors boards to the retablo di Sant’Elena Imperatrice di Benetutti, from the Crocefissione, to the board to San Sebastiano in the Museum Sanna di Sassari; from the board of Sacra Famiglia di Ploaghe, to retablo di Bortigali.
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