Grand Bedroom Set includes one bed, two side tables, one dresser set, and one six-door wardrobe
Our magnificent bedroom set is named after the talented Italian painter Ambrogio Borgognone. Born in 1453 in Fossano in Piedmont, Ambrogio was most active in the Renaissance period. He worked for major churches throughout Lombardy, including the Incoronata in Lodi and the Certosa of Pavia. Some of his masterpieces include “St. Ambrose and Saints”, “Madonna and Child”, and “Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine of Alexandria and St. Catherine of Siena”. Ambrogio's style derives mostly from Vincenzo Foppa, whose art he would have encountered in Milan. Like Vincenzo Foppa, but unlike most Milanese painters, Ambrogio remained comparatively uninfluenced by the work of Leonardo da Vinci.