He is possibly the Marco recorded in the studio of Leonardo da Vinci in 1490. Several authenticated works show that his style was strongly influenced by Leonardo's.
documented from 1487; died 1524
Paintings by Marco d'Oggiono
A young man gazes past us and into the distance, his hand resting on a marble shelf. We don‘t know who he is, but he holds a scroll bearing his age (20), the date (1494) and a monogram, apparently ’AMPRF‘. This is probably an early portrait by the Milanese painter Marco d’Oggiono, a pupil of Leon...
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The Virgin Mary is seated on the ground in a rocky landscape with the Christ Child on her knee. He reaches out for the flower that his mother has just picked.D‘Oggiono trained in Leonardo da Vinci’s workshop and both the style and composition of this painting seem to reflect models he had learned...