SCENES OF THE NEW TESTAMENT: VISION OF CONSTANTINE, ANGELS AND SAINTS
These frescoes adorn the choir of the church of Castello Roganzuolo are composed of scenes from the life of Jesus, located in the vault of St. Peter, in the back wall and right, from the vision of Constantine in the left one and graceful figures of Saints in soffit. Initially the frescoes were attributed to Pomponio Amalteo. Later talaffreschi being resumed by Botteon and Cavalcaselle, believing to have to recognize a different hand, that of Francesco da Milano. The style of the latter is more noticeable in the type of faces and in the setting of the bodies that animate above all the stories of Christ in the frescoes of the vault.