- Also known as
primary name: Mantegna, Andrea
- individual; painter/draughtsman; printmaker; Paduan; Italian; Male
- Life dates
- Painter, draughtsman, engraver and antiquarian. Andrea Mantegna, b. 1431 Isola di Carturo, d. at Mantua, 13 Sept. 1506. Trained under Squarcione in Padua; Ovetari Chapel in 1459; to Mantua as court painter in 1460, where remained until his death.
- Hind 1948 (for engravings by and after)
Popham & Pouncey 1950
References in entries to the following books are given in abbreviated form: H. Thode, Mantegna (Künstler-Monographien), Bielefeld, 1897 (quoted as Thode); P. Kristeller, Andrea Mantegna, London, 1901 (quoted as Kristeller); M.Cruttwell, Andrea Mantegna, London, 1901 (quoted as Cruttwell); F. Knapp, Andrea Mantegna, Stuttgart, 1910 (quoted as K. der K.); B. Berenson, 'The Drawings of Andrea Mantegna', in The Study and Criticism of Italian Art, Second Series, London, 1902, pp. 48 ff. (quoted as Berenson); A.M.Hind, Catalogue of Italian Engravings in the BM, 1910, pp.329 ff. (quoted as Hind, B.M.); the same, Early Italian Engraving, v, 1948 (quoted as Hind, v).
'AM', exh. cat. Royal Academy 1992
'Mantegna 1431-1506', Louvre 2008
D.Landau, 'Revisiting Mantegna', Print Quarterly, XXXVIII 2021, pp.251-88.