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1557 – Born in Bologna Italy.          – Italian painter and printmaker whose prints after paintings by Federico Barocci, Tintoretto, and Titian circulated widely throughout Europe and were appreciated by Rembrandt, among other artists.          – Agostino was the older brother of the painter Annibale Carracci, with whom he traveled in northern Italy, ..

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1583 – Antonio Carracci was born in the parish of Sta Lucia in Venice likely.          – He worked on the frescoes of the Galleria Farnese, on the lunettes for the Palazzo Aldobrandini chapel, and probably in the Herrera Chapel. 1616 – He contributed to the Alexander frescoes done for Cardinal Peretti Montalto; other ..

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1555 – He was born in Bologna on the 21st of April. 1585 – Ludovico was a founder and director (caposindaco) of the so-called Eclectic Academy of painting (also called the Accademia degli Incamminati), which in reality was a studio with apprenticed assistants.          – Carracci’s own works are characterized by a strong mood ..

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1893 – She was born in Hereford, England on the 29th of March.          – She won a scholarship to the Slade School of Art in London where she met the brothers Paul and John Nash, Christopher R.W. Nevinson and Mark Gertler.          – She went by the surname Carrington after her time ..

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  1697 – Born on the 28th day of October in the Republic of Venice. He was a Venetian artist.   1719 – After returning from Rome this year, he began painting in his famous topographical style.   1723 – His first known signed and dated work is Architectural Capriccio, Milan, in a private collection. ..

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1536 – Vicenzo Campi was born in Cremona. Italian painter, architect, and historian of Cremona.          – Campi was trained in the family studio in Cremona, working together with his father Galeazzo and his brothers Giulio and Antonio.          – His initial works remain close to the style of his brother Giulio, and ..

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1477 – Galeazzo Campi was born this year. He was an Italian painter of the Renaissance from Cremona.   He was the pupil of Boccaccio Boccaccinis.   His landscapes show influences of Perugino and Giovanni Bellini.   His three sons also a painter Giulio Campi, Antonio Campi and Vincenzo Campi.       2.8 / 5 ..

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1500 – Born in Cremona. Italian painter and architect who led the formation of the Cremonese school. 1522 – He studied painting, architecure and modeling in Mantua.          – His first altarpieces reveal ideas from Brescia and the Emilia. He collaborated with Camillo Boccaccino, later was influenced by Giulio Romano and Pordenone. 1572 – ..

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1904 – Paul Cadmus was born 17th of December in New York City.            – He is best known for his paintings and drawings of nude male figures.   1934 – Painted The Fleet’s In! While working for the Public Works of Art Project of the WPA.            – Painted with egg ..

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1816 – Born on April 9th in Corofin, Co Clare. Irish water-colour painter and Director of the National Gallery. 1841 – His best known works, apart from his portraits, were: ‘The Arran Fisherman’s Drowned Child’, and ‘A Connaught Toilette’. 1854 – He continued to paint and exhibit in Dublin until he went to live and ..

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