Carlone

the Carlone are a family with many important personalities, widely distributed in Central Europe, which originally originates from the area between Comer and Luganer lake.

The artistic members of all of these families from the area between Comer lake and Luganer lake are called them “Artisti dei laghi”, a whole set of art books is dedicated to which, which carries the sub-title: “Itinerari europei”, European migratory workers, more appropriate perhaps: Moving artist.

One can divide it into the following branches:

1.) The artist family Carlone from the village Scaria (today: Lanzo d´Intelvi) between Comer lake and Luganer lake has important artists over centuries -- Architect and/or. Bricklayer master, Stukkateure and Fresken - and board picture painters -- in the age of the baroque and Rococo brought out.

Usually there was moving artists, who spent the winter in their place of residence. Some branches of the family established themselves in addition, for generations in Austria, mainly in the Steiermark . This contribution is occupied therefore only with that Austrian/steirischen branch of the family Carlone without on active the Carlones become in Italy to be received.

The following artists are to be added to the family Carlone from Scaria:

  • Antonio Carlone, 1622 - 1664, bricklayer master in Vienna.
  • Archangelo Carlone, about 1560 - 1630, building master in Graz.
  • Bartolomeo Carlone, († 1717?), Stukkateur and sculptor in pc. Florian, Passau, Schlierbach, hospital at the Pyhrnpass, Linz a.d. Danube, Kefermarkt, duty living.
  • Carlo Carlone, 1686 - 1775, painter in wine garden, Bonn (lock Augustusburg in Brühl), Vienna (palace Kaun Kinsky, upper Belvedere), Ansbach, large victory resin, Lambach, Linz a.d. Danube, Ludwigsburg, home home, a settling, Prague, Breslau.
  • Carlo Antonio Carlone, 1635 - 1708, building master in Passau, Pöllau, Admont, pc. Florian, Schlierbach, Wels bath Wimsbach, tree garden mountain, iron city, free city, Garsten, Kremsmünster, enriching mountain, Ried i.d. Riedmark, tubing brook, Ansfelden, Vienna (Scot church, church to the nine angel choirs), Passau.
  • Carlo Martino Carlone, 1616 - 1667, building master in Vienna (yard castle Leopoldini Trakt), iron city.
  • Diego Francesco Carlone, 1674 - 1750, Stukkateur in pc. Florian, Kremsmünster, Lambach, Linz, Salzburg, wine garden, Ansbach, Ludwigsburg, Passau, Amberg, Einsiedeln.
  • Domenico Carlone, 1615 - 1679, building master in Vienna (yard castle Leopoldini Trakt), Petronell.
  • Domenico Antonio Carlone Stukkateur in Amberg, Linz, pc. Florian
  • Giovanni Battista Carlone, † around 1717, building master, sculptor and Stukkateur in Passau, Garsten, enriching mountain, Ried i.d. Riedmark, Schlierbach, hospital at the Pyhrnpass, Christkindl, Vöcklabruck, Straubing, many yards a.d. Parish churches, Amberg forest-ate Danube.
  • Josef Carlone, 1678 - 1739 bricklayer masters in Graz, Tobelbad, pc. Jacob in the open land.
  • Joachim Carlone, 1650? - 1714? , Bricklayer masters in Graz, Pöllau, gang man, Admont.
  • Peter Carlone building master in Leoben, Admont, Evers, Mautern. He built 1600 and 1613 between.
  • Peter Franz Carlone (Pietro Francesco Carlone), † 1680 or 1681, building master in Leoben, pc. Georgen at the lengthening lake, pc. Kathrein A. D. Laming, second-chew, Gurk, Schlierbach, Garsten, Linz, Passau.
  • Pietro Carlone, the oldest steirische Carlone; provided to cross in Croatia 1556 buildings of attachments.
  • Sebastian Carlone (the older one), * 1570 ago, + after 1612, sculptor and architect in Graz and second-chew.
  • Silvestro Carlone (the Viennese), † after 1669, architect-general in Vienna (Scot church, pc. Michael).
  • Silvester Carlone (the Prager), * 1708 or 1709, building master in Prague (monastery Strahow), Mühlhausen in Böhmen.

2.) The artist family Carlone from the village Rovio (also lain between Comer lake and Luganer lake) brought likewise important artists out in the age of the baroque and Rococo.

3.) Side branches of the steirischen part of the family Carlone from Scaria with the eingedeutschten name “Karlon” were theologians and politicians; above all Prälat Alois Karlon, which for the reestablishment of the abbey second-chew and to the creation of a catholic press in the Steiermark considerably contributed.

4.) Side branches of the steirischen part of the families Carlone from Scaria, which are derived from Johann Karlon, which was established on the Steinerhof in Semriach/Steiermark and which passed on their talents over the female line and therefore different names, like for example Hueber, Wohinz, January or carry jumping wood.

literature

  • Reclams art leader Austria I and II
  • Reclams art leader Germany I, 1 I, 2 and II
  • Blunt Anthony: Art and culture of the baroque and Rococo, Herderverlag
  • Brucher, Günter: Baroque architecture in Austria, you Mont, 1983
  • LG1 oh, Ute: The Ludwig citizens lock chapel (3 volumes)
  • Wagner, Helga: Baroque festival rooms in Bavarian locks and monasteries, South German publishing house
  • Hans man, Wilfried: The stairway and the large new apartment of the Brühler of lock
  • Fleischhauer, Werner: Baroque in the duchy Württemberg
  • Darmstädter, Robert: Artist encyclopedia
  • encyclopedia of the art, Herderverlag
  • encyclopedia of the art, sailor publishing house Leipzig
  • Vagt, H.: Investigations to the work Diego Francesco Carlones; Diss. Munich 1970
  • artist encyclopedia, Reclamverlag
  • Thieme, Ulrich; Becker Felix: General encyclopedia of the educating artists, 1912
  • Marangoni, M.: I Carloni, Florenz 1925
  • Silvia A. Colombo and Simonetta Coppa: I Carloni di Scaria, 1997
  • Massimo Bartoletti and Laura Damiani Cabrini: I Carloni di Rovio, 1997
  • Lucia Pedrini Stanga: I Colomba di Arogno, 1994
  • the row: “Artisti dei laghi. Itinerari europei “is with Feda SA, Fidia edizioni d´arte in Lugano appeared.
  • General artist encyclopedia. The educating artists of all times and peoples, Munich/Leipzig 1992 FF., K.G. Saur publishing house

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