Alessandro Farnese (III)

male / Italian
military personnel, noble, art collector
Alessandro Farnese was an import general under Emperor Philip II, who is mostly known for his successful campaign in the Low Countries. Besides, he acted as a parton of Netherlandish artists, such as Jacques Jonghelinck, Joost van Winghe and Otto van Veen (Meijer 1988)
Rome 1545-08-27
Arras (France) 1592-12-03
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son of Ottavio Farnese and Margaret of Parma
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Entered on: 2019-03-15; Modification on: 2019-03-18


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