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LANFRANCO, Giovanni Venus Playing the Harp (Allegory of Music) sg oil painting


Venus Playing the Harp (Allegory of Music) sg
Painting ID::  7802
LANFRANCO, Giovanni
Venus Playing the Harp (Allegory of Music) sg
1630-34 Oil on canvas, 214 x 150 cm Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Rome

   
   
     

LANFRANCO, Giovanni The Annunciation y oil painting


The Annunciation y
Painting ID::  7803
LANFRANCO, Giovanni
The Annunciation y
Oil on copper, 74 x 54,5 cm The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

   
   
     

LANFRANCO, Giovanni Hagar in the Wilderness g oil painting


Hagar in the Wilderness g
Painting ID::  7804
LANFRANCO, Giovanni
Hagar in the Wilderness g
Oil on canvas, 138 x 159 cm Mus??e du Louvre, Paris

   
   
     

LANFRANCO, Giovanni Miracle of the Bread and Fish oil painting


Miracle of the Bread and Fish
Painting ID::  7805
LANFRANCO, Giovanni
Miracle of the Bread and Fish
1620-23 Oil on canvas, 229 x 426 cm National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin

   
   
     

LANFRANCO, Giovanni Norandino and Lucina Discovered by the Ogre sg oil painting


Norandino and Lucina Discovered by the Ogre sg
Painting ID::  7806
LANFRANCO, Giovanni
Norandino and Lucina Discovered by the Ogre sg
c. 1624 Oil on canvas Galleria Borghese, Rome

   
   
     

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     LANFRANCO, Giovanni
     Italian painter (b. 1582, Parma, d. 1647, Roma). Italian painter and draughtsman. A major figure in the development of the Roman Baroque in the 1620s, he painted many altarpieces and some cabinet pictures, but was notable above all for a number of dome frescoes that are indebted to the works of Correggio; most celebrated is the Assumption of the Virgin (1625-7) in the dome of S Andrea della Valle, Rome. He also influenced the development of art in Naples, where, between 1634 and 1646, he executed a series of vast fresco commissions that look forward to the art of Luca Giordano and Francesco Solimena. A vast number of Lanfranco's preparatory drawings survive, the majority of which are now in the Museo e Gallerie Nazionali di Capodimonte, Naples. Broadly speaking they are of two types: small (up to 200*250 mm) compositional sketches, either in brown pen, with or without brown wash, on white or beige fine paper, or in red chalk, sometimes with red wash, or, more rarely, in black chalk or a combination of both red and black; and slightly larger

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