Jacobello Alberegno also Jacobello Albaragno or Jacopo Alberegno (* before 1367; † before July 14, 1397 in Venice) was an Italian painter.Pinacoteca della Reale Accademia di Belle Arti in Milano By Accademia di Belle Arti (Milan, Italy).
Jacobello Alberegno was fixed in the tradition of early Venetian painting masterpieces. His background and training are unknown, but he seems to been close to the artistic conception Paolo Veneziano and Giusto de Menabuoi to have. The proximity to Giusto de Menabuoi suggesting contacts or a good knowledge of painting schools in Padua.
In addition to a document by being mentioned as already dead, there is a signed Triptych depicting the Crucifixion with Saints Gregory and Jerome of his hand. From this work, be attributed to him by some art historians even five panels depicting the Apocalypse. All plants are located in the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice.
Sandra Moschini Marconi: Le Gallerie dell'Accademia di Venezia. Rome 1955 ff.
Opere d'Arte dei secoli 14 e 15 1955
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