Corso, Giovanni Vincente
Corso, Giovanni Vincente a Neapolitan painter, was born about 1490. He studied under Giovanni Antonio Amato, and afterwards entered the school of Pierino del Vaga, at Rome. Most of his works in the churches at Naples have been retouched. The best preserved are an admirable picture of Christ Bearing his Cross, with many figures, in San Domenico, and The Adoration of the Magi, in San Lorenzo. He died at Rome in 1545. See Spooner, Biographical History of the Fine Arts, s.v. Bryan, Dict. of Painters and Engravers (ed. Graves), s.v.