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ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Holy Family dfsd, CANTARINI, Simone
 Holy Family dfsd   Oil on canvas, 72 x 55 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid
Reclining Bacchante Playing the Cymbals, CANTARINI, Simone
 Reclining Bacchante Playing the Cymbals   1778(1778) Medium Oil on canvas cyf
Saint Matthew and the Angel, CANTARINI, Simone
 Saint Matthew and the Angel   1645-48 Oil on canvas, 116,8 x 90,8 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington
Saint Matthew and the Angel (detail) gf, CANTARINI, Simone
 Saint Matthew and the Angel (detail) gf   1645-48 Oil on canvas National Gallery of Art, Washington

Italian painter, Bolognese school (b. 1612, Pesaro, d. 1648, Pesaro) Simone Cantarini (also known as Simone da Pesaro; 12 April 1612 - 1648) was an Italian painter and etcher of the Bolognese School of painting. Cantarini was born in Oropezza near Pesaro, then part of the Papal States. Initially he was a pupil of the Venetian Claudio Ridolfi and Pesarese Giovanni Giacomo Pandolfi, and then, for about 4 years (1635-1639), of Guido Reni. He soon fought with his mentor, and did not return to Bologna till after Reni had died (1642). His pictures are generally derivative. Some of his works have been mistaken for examples of Reni. Among his principal paintings are St. Anthony, at Cagli; the Magdalene, at Pesaro; the Transfiguration in the Brera Gallery, Milan; the Portrait of Guido, in the Bologna gallery; and St. Romuald, in the Casa Paolucci. His most celebrated etching is Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto, honoring the heraldic arms of Cardinal Borghese.

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