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GRAMATICA, Antiveduto St Cecilia with Two Angels fdg oil painting


St Cecilia with Two Angels fdg
Painting ID::  7041
GRAMATICA, Antiveduto
St Cecilia with Two Angels fdg
1620-25 Oil on canvas Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

   
   
     

GRAMATICA, Antiveduto The Theorbo Player dfghj oil painting


The Theorbo Player dfghj
Painting ID::  7042
GRAMATICA, Antiveduto
The Theorbo Player dfghj
c. 1615 Oil on canvas, 119 x 85 cm Galleria Sabauda, Turin

   
   
     

GRAMATICA, Antiveduto St Cecilia with Two Angels oil painting


St Cecilia with Two Angels
Painting ID::  44441
GRAMATICA, Antiveduto
St Cecilia with Two Angels
1620-25 Oil on canvas

   
   
     

GRAMATICA, Antiveduto Cephalus and Procris oil painting


Cephalus and Procris
Painting ID::  85775
GRAMATICA, Antiveduto
Cephalus and Procris
c. 1580. Oil on Canvas cyf

   
   
     

GRAMATICA, Antiveduto Saint Engracia oil painting


Saint Engracia
Painting ID::  85797
GRAMATICA, Antiveduto
Saint Engracia
1650. Oil on canvas cyf

   
   
     

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     GRAMATICA, Antiveduto
     Italian Baroque Era Painter, 1571-1626 Italian painter. He was from a Sienese family. According to Baglione, his parents were journeying from Siena to Rome when his mother went into labour and gave birth to him at an inn, an inconvenience that had been foreseen ('antiveduto') by his father and led to his unusual name. For a brief period he was a pupil of Giandomenico Angelini ( fl 1550-1600), under whom he painted small-scale works, mainly on copper. His prolific production of devotional paintings, portraits and copies of portraits won him swift success; in 1593 he became a member of the Accademia di S Luca and in 1604 of the Congregazione dei Virtuosi. His early portraits have not been identified; they included highly popular copies of a series of Famous Men then at the Villa Medici, works that Caravaggio probably also copied when he worked for some months in his studio on his arrival in Rome in 1592

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     | Giovanni Fattori | Paul Chenavard | Lorens Pasch the Younger |


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