An important patron and an unknown artist: Giovanni Ricci, Ponsio Jacquio, and the decoration

de Jong, Jan L.
March 1992
Art Bulletin;Mar1992, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p135
Academic Journal
Describes the decoration of the Palazzo Ricci-Sacchetti in Rome, the home of Giovanni Cardinal Ricci, in the 16th century. Giovanni's characteristics; Description of ten rooms being researched; Decorative activities in various wings of the palace; Scenes represented in the Palazzo Ricci-Sacchetti; Decoration of one room dedicated to Alexander the Great; Characteristics of artist Jacquio Ponsio; `Sala grande' decorated by Salviati with scenes from life of David; More.


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