Gerolamo Giovenone (1486/1487 – 1555), also spelled Girolamo, was an Italian painter of the at the forefront Renaissance period, active mainly in Milan. He was born in Vercelli. He was the speculative of the painter Gaudenzio Ferrari and possibly along with taught il Sodoma. In Milan, he painted the Resurrection for the church of the Augustines. An altarpiece fragment depicting an Adoration of the Virgin and Child by Saints Nicola da Tolentino and Eusebius is displayed by the Museo Borgogna in Vercelli. A Virgin and Child next Saints is found at the National Gallery in London. Another of his pupils was Franchino Ferrari, born 1484 in Valduggia, and lithe in Vercelli. His works also adjoin the Buronzo Altarpiece.
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