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Paolo de Matteis: in Naples. He trained with Francesco di Maria in Naples, then with Luca Giordano. He served in the employ of the Spanish Viceroy of Naples. From 1702
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Sebastiano Ricci: than Naples, collects the Ricci inheritance of the prodigioso trade of Luca Giordano... Sebastiano throws again it, widens he then, refines it for the school
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Attilio Pratella: the Vomero neighborhood of Naples in the early 1920s, at first to Via Luca Giordano. Together the Pratellas had five children: Fausto (1888-1964), Ugo (1890-1978)
Collection of the National Gallery, London: paintings; Duccio di Buoninsegna – 5 paintings; Artemisia Gentileschi - 1 painting; Raffaellino del Garbo – 3 paintings; Luca Giordano – 16 paintings;
Violante Ferroni: as at the Uffizi Gallery. The pieces were reported to be a copy of a Luca Giordano, a copy of a Guido Reni, and a copy of the Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew
Schleissheim Palace: as Peter Paul Rubens and Anthony van Dyck, Italians like Guido Reni, Luca Giordano, Guercino, Carlo Saraceni, Marcantonio Bassetti, Alessandro Turchi,
Judith Colton: Angels: Neapolitan Painting in North America: 1650-1750, which included commentary on late Baroque painter and printmaker Luca Giordano. "The Endymion Myth
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List of artists in the Web Gallery of Art (A–K): Fighting for the Soul of a Child, Private collection (url) Luca Giordano (1632–1705), 31 paintings : Christ Cleansing the Temple, Bob Jones University Collection
Santa Maria della Mercede e Sant'Alfonso Maria de' Liguori: Giuseppe Simonelli Both Simonelli and Malinconico were students of Luca Giordano. The main altarpiece is a canvas depicting the Ransom of Slaves (1672)
Simon Vouet: French painters for the following generation. His most influential pupil was Charles le Brun, who organized all the interior decorative painting at Versailles
Palazzo Pallavicini-Rospigliosi: by David de Coninck: Boy with greyhound . Luca Giordano with Helen's escape. Guercino has eight paintings including San Francis praying, Fruit-seller
Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey: Land. Ancient painting, showing works by authors such as El Greco, Caravaggio (from this author, an important St. Jerome), Luca Giordano, Giambattista
Juan B. Castagnino Fine Arts Museum: Anonymous Italian painter. Virgin and Child, 16th Century. Maarten van Heemskerck. Self Portrait, 16th Century. Luca Giordano. Saint Luke painting the Virgin
Burghley House: large paintings by Johann Carl Loth, a German painter active in Venice with few works in British collections. There are in total seven works by Luca Giordano
Manchester Art Gallery: painting; Vernet, Claude-Joseph – 1 painting; German School Zoffany, Johan – 1 painting; Italian School Daddi, Bernardo – 1 painting; Giordano, Luca
Italian art: artists include the Genoese Giovanni Battista Gaulli and the Neapolitans Luca Giordano and Francesco Solimena. The leading lights of the 18th century came
1705 in art: January 12 – Luca Giordano, Italian late Baroque painter and printmaker in etching (born 1634) March 28 – Gaspard Rigaud, French painter and portraitist
Palazzo Altieri: interiors still possess major works of art and decoration, including paintings by Luca Giordano, Bernardo Strozzi, Pieter Mulier the younger, Domenico Maria Canuti
List of people from Italy: Turin, is considered by several authorities his masterpiece Luca Giordano (1634–1705), painter, the most important Italian decorative artist of the second
Nicola Malinconico: Malinconico (1663—1721) was a Neapolitan painter of the late-Baroque. He is described as a follower of Luca Giordano, and painted mostly religious canvases
Bologna: (Prospero Lambertini, Pope 1740–58) Giovanni II Bentivoglio (1443–1508) Giordano Berti (writer, born 1959) Amedeo Biavati (footballer, 1915–1979, credited
Mattia Preti: worked in Naples, where he was influenced by another prominent painter of his era, Luca Giordano. Preti's major works include a series of large frescoes, ex-votos
Hans IV Jordaens: on his paintings with ease" and was called "Potlepel" or "Brypotlepel" by the Bentvueghels for this. Houbraken also mentioned that Luca Giordano was claimed
Santa Maria La Nova: the left, partially obstructed by the organ, has paintings attributed to an 8 year old Luca Giordano. The church is a part of a larger monastic complex
Royal Collection: painting Orazio Gentileschi – at least 2 paintings Luca Giordano – at least 12 paintings Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) – at least 1 painting
Accidental damage of art: collection of the royal chapel. Among the paintings, were works by Luca Giordano, El Greco, Giulio Cesare Procaccini, José de Ribera, Peter Paul Rubens
1682 in art: Nicolas Colombel - Christ Expelling the Money-Changers from the Temple Luca Giordano - The Judgement of Paris (approximate date) Godfrey Kneller - Portrait
Cosenza: archbishops' palace, the Palazzo Arcivescovile, which houses an Immacolata by Luca Giordano. One can also admire the rare and precious Stauroteca, a gift from Emperor
Evaristo Muñoz: attributed to him. They were originally believed to be the work of Luca Giordano. Pérez Sánchez, Alfonso E. (1992). Pintura barroca en España 1600-1750
Palazzo Medici Riccardi: the magnificent gallery frescoed with the Apotheosis of the Medici by Luca Giordano. The Riccardi family sold the palace to the Tuscan state in 1814 and
Villa Carafa of Belvedere: artists such as Luca Giordano. Ferdinand van den Eynde's precious art collection (which included several paintings by Luca Giordano) was later inherited
1700 in art: Events from the year 1700 in art. Luca Giordano returns to Naples a wealthy man after the death of his patron, Charles II of Spain. Pierre Le Gros the
List of painters in the Art Institute of Chicago: Eung-won (1855–1921), 1 painting : Artic Roland Ginzel (1921–2021), 2 paintings : Artic Luca Giordano (1632–1705), 1 painting : Artic Giovanni di Paolo
Art collection of Fondazione Cariplo: Gentilini Melchiorre Gherardini Eugenio Gignous Lorenzo Gignous Luigi Gioli Luca Giordano Bartolomeo Giuliano Piero Giunni Francesco Gnecchi Emilio Gola Marco
National Gallery of Armenia: "Good Samaritan" by Leandro Bassano, works of Luca Giordano, Pietro da Cortona, Sebastiano Ricci, Luca Signorelli, Pompeo Batoni, Bernardino Luini, Paolo

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