Felice Brusasorzi was the leading painter in Verona in the last
quarter of the 16th century. William Barcham notes in Grand in
(Venice, 2001, p. 248), that Brusasorzi "had begun working
in the Mannerist tradition of Giorgio Vasari, but his oeuvre of
the 1590s conveys an increased naturalism, perhaps to be associated
with his study of Titian and the Venetian tradition."
commemorate the service of Giovanni Cornaro
(G-12) as Capitano of Verona, the city commissioned and presented
to Cornaro, 1595, a painting by Brusasorzi entitled "Allegory
of the Baptism of Lorenzo Cornaro."