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Italian
Born
Bologna 1575-11-04
Saur 2018, p. 246
Deceased
Bologna 1642-08-18
Saur 2018, p. 246
See also
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  • Bologna 1595 - 1600
    studied with Denys Calvaert; joined the Accademia degli Incamminati of the Carracci in 1595 (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Rome 1601 - 1612
    c. 1601-1612; travelled to Rome in the first decade of the seventeenth century, where he served pope Paul v and cardinal Scipione Borghese (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Bologna 1603 - 1605
    returned several times to Bologna in this period for commissions (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Rome 1601 - 1612
  • Bologna 1613 - 1642
    He lived most of his time in Bologna for the rest of his life, with short journeys to other places in Italy (Saur 2018, p. 246).
  • Ravenna 1614
    painted a fresco in the kathedral of Ravenna (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Genua 1616 - 1617
    accepted a commission in Genova (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Mantua 1617 - 1621
    at the court of Ferdinando Gonzaga II (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Napels 1624 - 1626
    c. 1624-1626; painted an altarpiece for the cathedral of Naples (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Rome 1627
    c. 1627; accepted various commissions in Rome (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Bologna
  • Modena 1630 - 1635
    c. 1630-1635; excecuted wall paintings in the Galleria Estense (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Rome 1630 - 1635
    c. 1630-1635; worked in the San Lorenzo in Lucina (Saur 2018, p. 246)
  • Napels 1640 - 1642
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Subjects
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
allegory, Christian religious scene, genre, history (as a genre), mythology, portrait
Medium/technique
oil paint, fresco (technique)
Entered on: 1992-01-24; Modification on: 2019-01-18

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