Domenico Indivini

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Domenico Indivini (San Severino Marche, 1445 ca. – +1502)

Born in San Severino Marche around 1445, Indivini founds an important inlaying and engraving workshopSerrapetrona in the second half of the fifteenth century and carries out his activity between Le Marche and Umbria. After receiving his first education from his father Antonello di Nicola, a good wood craftsman, he presumably specialises in the famous inlaying workshop of Paolino Giovanni da Ascoli. Indivini makes a large number of choirs, the most important of which is in the upper Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi (1501), but he is also famous for his production of wooden statues, as recent research works demonstrate.

Works in the area:

Camerino, Stalli (Chiesa S. Francesco); Coro (Chiesa di S. Chiara).
Jesi, Coro (Cattedrale).
San Severino Marche, Cornice del polittico di Santa Maria delle Grazie di Submonte – dipinto da Vittore Crivelli (Pinacoteca Civica); Coro (Duomo Vecchio); S. Sebastiano (Chiesa di S. Rocco).
Tolentino, Coro (Chiesa di S. Catervo).