Parmigiano (15041540)

Parmigiano, a Lombard painter whose proper name was Girolamo Mazzola, born at Parma; went to Rome when 19 and obtained the patronage of Clement VII.; after the storming of the city in 1527, during which he sat at work in his studio, he went to Bologna, and four years later returned to his native city; failing to implement a contract to paint frescoes he was imprisoned, and on his release retired to Casalmaggiore, where he died; in style he followed Correggio, and is best known by his “Cupid shaping a Bow” (15041540).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Parmenides * Parnassus
Parker, Theodore
Parkman, Francis
Parlement
Parliament
Parliament, The Long
Parliament of Dunces
Parliamentarian
Parma
Parmenion
Parmenides
Parmigiano
Parnassus
Parnell, Charles Stuart
Parnell, Thomas
Paros
Parr, Catherine
Parr, Samuel
Parr, Thomas
Parramatta
Parrhasius
Parry, Sir William Edward

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