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Silvio Valenti Gonzaga (1 March 1690 – 28 August 1756) was an Italian nobleman and Catholic priest.
He was the nephew of Cardinal Silvio Valenti Gonzaga (created 1738) and also related to Cesare Guerrieri Gonzaga (created 1738). He died at Viterbo.
Cardinal Valenti Gonzaga next obtained for him the order for "Saint Basil & Emperor Valens" (also known as the "Mass of St. Basil", which was executed in mosaic for St Peter's.
He was married to (b. 1923) on 27 December 1976. The marriage remained childless; Brandolini d'Adda had three children from her first marriage to Count Leonardo Arrivabene Valenti Gonzaga.
Valenti Gonzaga was born at Roveredo, in what is now the province of Mantua. He was made cardinal "in pectore" in April 1776 by Pope Pius VI, published in May 1776. He was made Cardinal-Priest of Sant'Agnese fuori le mura in1778.
The portrait is known since 1749, when it was part of the collections of cardinal Silvio Valenti Gonzaga, and is in fact included in a painting depicting his pictures by Giovanni Paolo Pannini. The whole collection was sold at Amsterdam in 1763 and in that occasion it was transferred to Denmark.
The painting appears in an inventory of the Gonzaga family from 1627, and it belonged to cardinal Silvio Valenti Gonzaga in 1763 when it became part of the Danish Royal, having been acquired by King Frederick IV of Denmark to make his collection equal to those of other European reigning families.
He was a remarkably incisive portraitist, as evident from the portrait of Pope Benedict XIV or of the obese Cardinal Valenti Gonzaga. The pope himself commanded two great paintings, the "Marriage of St Catherine" and the "Ecstasy of St Camilla", which he placed in his own private apartments.
Stay came from the Stay family from Antivari (Bar) (now Montenegro). His grandfather, after whom he was named, was a painter. At the age of 28, he journeyed to Rome and became the pupil of Silvio Valenti Gonzaga at the Sapienza University of Rome. Pope Clement XIII conferred on him the position of secretary of Latin letters and Clement XIV named him "Head of the Secretariat". He died on February 25, 1801.
Vermoelen was born in Antwerp, where he trained under Pieter Snyers. He became a master of the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke in 1733. Nothing is recorded about his activity in Antwerp until he is recorded as executing a number of paintings in Rome in 1748. In Rome he appears to have enjoyed high patronage as is demonstrated by two still lifes that he made for the renowned art collector Cardinal Silvio Valenti Gonzaga.
His landscape paintings obtain buyers in Rome, including Cardinal Luigi Valenti Gonzaga. He was very active in fresco decoration, including in the Magani House, and in Casa Lambertini, Casa Guidalotti, Casa Scarani, Casa Bentivogli, Casa Graffi, Casa Varnini, Casa Tondelli, and Casa Boschi. He became a member of the Bolognese Accademia Clementina in 1747. He died in Bologna. One of Lodi's pupils was Vincenzo Martinelli.
As the artist is rarely mentioned in contemporary archival documents, inventories and histories, his name and work remained unknown for a long time. His name appears only three times in the Roman inventories: the 1714 Colonna inventory lists six paintings by his hand, the 1725 Pamphili inventory two and the 1756 Valenti Gonzaga inventory also two. None of the paintings mentioned in these inventories appears to have survived in the collections.
The palace changed hands during 19th century from Valentino Comello in 1837, whose wife Maddalena Montalban was jailed by the Austrians for a year; to Bartholomäus von Stürmer, Austrian general and diplomat; to Counts Niccolò and Angelo Papadopoli in 1864. The family from Corfu, entered the patriciate in 1791. between 1874-1875, it housed Girolamo Levi, who along with Michelangelo Guggenheim and Cesare Rotta completed a Neoclassical refurbishment with gardens. Rotta frescoed the ballroom. In 1922, it was inherited by the family of Arrivabene Valenti Gonzaga. The palace is being converted to a luxury hotel.
He was a close friend of Anton Raphael Mengs. He is said to have played a role in 1754, while magistrate of the Camerlengo along with Cardinal Valenti Gonzaga and the painter Francesco Mancini (the then-Principe of the Academy of St Luke) in establishing an Accademia del Nudo inside the Vatican under the protection of Cardinal Girolamo Colonna during the papacy of Benedict XIV. He was the owner of a lithotheque or stone sampler, now on display in the Musei Civici di Arte Antica in Ferrara.
Silvio Arrivabene Valenti Gonzaga (5 December 1844 – 11 March 1913) was an Italian agronomist and politician. He was born in Mantua to an ancient noble family, many of whose members were active in the Italian Risorgimento, including his father , his great-uncle Giovanni Arrivabene, and his uncle Opprandino Arrivabene. During the war for Italian independence, he served in Garibaldi's army and received the Medal of Military Valor for his actions during the siege of Capua. He later served in the Italian Chamber of Deputies from 1890 to 1892 and was made a Senator in 1900. He died suddenly in Florence at the age of 68. His son (1872–1933) also served in the Italian Chamber of Deputies and Senate.
He was the son of a government clerk. Nothing is known of his early education. He found a patron in Ferdinand von Plettenberg, who took Krahe along when he was appointed Imperial Envoy to the Papal Court in 1736. When Plettenberg died suddenly in 1737, Krahe found support from the German Jesuits. He is also said to have worked in the studios of Marco Benefial and Pierre Subleyras. His patrons at that time included Cardinal Alessandro Albani and Johann Joachim Winckelmann. In 1749, upon the recommendation of Silvio Valenti Gonzaga, the Cardinal Secretary of State, he was pensioned to Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria, on whose behalf he painted altarpieces for the Jesuit Church in Mannheim. In 1756, he became head of the Düsseldorf Art Gallery. Later, the Elector appointed him to oversee the creation of new galleries in Mannheim and Munich. In 1761, he was commissioned to paint ceilings in the library and ballrooms at Schloss Benrath. He started an art school in 1762. Eleven years later, his school was designated the "Electorate of the Palatinate Painting, Sculpture and Architecture Academy" (later, the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf) and Krahe became its first Director. In his last years, an eye ailment prevented him from painting.
Present for the nuptials in Patmos were several members of Olga's paternal family, including Queen Sofia of Spain ("née" Princess of Greece and Denmark), former King Constantine II of the Hellenes and his consort Queen Anne Marie ("née" Princess of Denmark), Prince Michael of Greece and Denmark and his wife, Marina (bride's parents), and Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark. With the exception of 78-year-old Margherita, Dowager Archduchess of Austria-Este ("née" Princess of Savoy-Aosta), all members of the Aosta branch of the House of Savoy were in attendance, i.e. Prince Amedeo of Savoy, 5th Duke of Aosta (bridegroom's father) and his consort, Princess Silvia, Duchess of Aosta, Princess Claude of Orléans ( "Princess of France", bridegroom's mother), as well as Aimone's two full sisters, Princess Bianca Countess Arrivabene Valenti Gonzaga and Princess Mafalda Madame Lombardo di San Chirico, as well as Maria-Cristina ("née" Princess of Savoy-Aosta) and her husband Prince Casimir of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. From the senior branch of the Italian royal family Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy (daughter of the late King Umberto II of Italy) was present, as she had been at the Athens wedding of Olga's parents in 1965.