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Lodovico Coradino

Ferrarese, active c. 1472/1478

Corradini, Lodovico

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The medalist is known only from two signed medals of Duke Ercole I of Ferrara, both dated 1472. The medalist may be identical with the sculptor in terra cotta named Ludovicus de Mutina, who made majolica tiles for the Palazzo Schifanoia in Ferrara in 1470. A "Ludovico de Coradino, bochalaro de Modena" (potter from Modena) is mentioned in a document of 1478 as receiving payment for making glazed terracotta conduits for the fountain in the main square of Ferrara.[1]

[1] Thomas Tuohy, Herculean Ferrara, Cambridge, 1996: 86 n. 167.

[This is the artist's biography published in the NGA systematic catalogue of Renaissance medals.]

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