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DOLCI, Carlo Portrait of Ainolfo de  Bardi oil painting


Portrait of Ainolfo de Bardi
Painting ID::  6410
DOLCI, Carlo
Portrait of Ainolfo de Bardi
1632 Oil on canvas, 149,5 x 119 cm Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti), Florence

   
   
     

DOLCI, Carlo St Catherine Reading a Book sd oil painting


St Catherine Reading a Book sd
Painting ID::  6411
DOLCI, Carlo
St Catherine Reading a Book sd
Oil on canvas Residenzgalerie, Salzburg

   
   
     

DOLCI, Carlo St Cecilia at the Organ dfg oil painting


St Cecilia at the Organ dfg
Painting ID::  6412
DOLCI, Carlo
St Cecilia at the Organ dfg
1671 Oil on canvas, 96,5 x 81 cm Gemäldegalerie, Dresden

   
   
     

DOLCI, Carlo The Guardian Angel dfg oil painting


The Guardian Angel dfg
Painting ID::  6413
DOLCI, Carlo
The Guardian Angel dfg
1675 Oil on canvas Museum of the Cathedral, Prato

   
   
     

DOLCI, Carlo Magdalene df oil painting


Magdalene df
Painting ID::  6414
DOLCI, Carlo
Magdalene df
1660-70 Oil on canvas, 73 x 56 cm Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti), Florence

   
   
     

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     DOLCI, Carlo
     Italian Baroque Era Painter, 1616-ca.1686 was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Florence, known for highly finished religious pictures, often repeated in many versions. He was born in Florence, on his mother's side the grandson of a painter. Although he was precocious and apprenticed at a young age to Jacopo Vignali, Dolci was not prolific. "He would take weeks over a single foot", according to his biographer Baldinucci.His painstaking technique made him unsuited for large-scale fresco painting. He painted chiefly sacred subjects, and his works are generally small in scale, although he made a few life-size pictures. He often repeated the same composition in several versions, and his daughter, Agnese Dolci, also made excellent copies of his works. Dolci was known for his piety. It is said that every year during Passion Week he painted a half-figure of the Saviour wearing the Crown of Thorns. In 1682, when he saw Giordano,

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