1440 ca1460s-15091514 ca
a sculptor from Dalmatia, one of the leading sculptors in Rome in the second half of the 15th century. After his stay in Hungary, Giovanni Dalmata returned to Traù (Trogir) where he left a number of works, most important among those is the statue of St. John the Evangelist in the Orsini chapel in Trogir Cathedral. He is also the creator of the sculpture of St. Magdalene in the Franciscan monastery of St. Anthony on the nearby Ciovo island and worked with Nicolò Fiorentino and Andrea Alessi on the renaissance palace Cippico in Traù.
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Giovanni Dalmata1440 ca1460
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