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Reni, Guido
Calvezzano, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 04/11/1575 - Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 18/08/1642
Reni, Guido
Calvezzano, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 04/11/1575 - Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 18/08/1642

The triumph of Annibale's oeuvre in Rome paved the way for the disciples of the Carracci family to work at the court of the popes, especially when a cardinal of Bologna acceded to the papal throne as Gregory XV. One of these followers was Reni, who is considered the best known and most prolific artist of the Bolognese school and also the most important. He is without a doubt the best artist who em

Pret, Miguel de
Antwerp, 1595 - Zaragoza, 1644
Pret, Miguel de
Antwerp, 1595 - Zaragoza, 1644

Miguel de Pret was a Spanish painter of Flemish origin specialized in still lifes. His biography can be reconstructed on the basis of his death certificate, his will and the documents generated for his entry into the “Company of Archers of the Noble Garde de Corps of Our Lord the King” in November 1641, which required him to demonstrate his noble blood and Flemish origin. He was born in Antwerp to

Tintoretto, Domenico
Venice (Italy), 1560 - Venice, 1635
Tintoretto, Domenico
Venice (Italy), 1560 - Venice, 1635

The son of Jacopo (Comin or Robusti) Tintoretto, Domenico trained alongside his father and assisted him in the workshop. He joined the painters' guild at the age of 17 and is documented as a member of their Venetian brotherhood from 1594 onwards. He began his career proper as his father's assistant, helping him execute the paintings for the Sala del Collegio and Sala del Senato of the Doges' Palac

Serodine, Giovanni
Rome (?), 1600 - Rome, 1630
Serodine, Giovanni
Rome (?), 1600 - Rome, 1630

Serodine's family originated from Ascona, near lake Maggiore, and moved to Rome, where his father is documented in 1595 and where the artist was probably born around 1600. He produced his early works in conjunction with his brother Giovanni Battista, an expert stucco artist, an activity in which both were engaged. Indeed, documents prove that the initial commissions Giovanni Serodine received were

Rubens, Peter Paul
Siegen, Westphalia (Germany), 1577 - Antwerp (Belgium), 1640
Rubens, Peter Paul
Siegen, Westphalia (Germany), 1577 - Antwerp (Belgium), 1640

No other 17th-century European painter combined artistic talent, social and economic success and a high cultural level like Rubens. Though primarily a painter, he also made numerous designs for prints, tapestries, architecture, sculpture and decorative objects. His abundant work is strikingly versatile in its subject matter, including paintings on mythological, religious and historical subjects as

Cesi, Bartolomeo
Bologna, 1556 - Bologna, 1629
Cesi, Bartolomeo
Bologna, 1556 - Bologna, 1629

Cesi was born into a wealthy family and received a humanist education before he studied painting. Little is known of his training, which was probably under Giovanni Francesco Bezzi (c. 1500-1571), and the first commission that is securely attributable to him were the frescoes depicting the Life of the Virgin (1574) in the Vezzi Chapel in S. Stefano, Bologna. Around the same time he also assisted P

Castello, Félix
Madrid (Spain), 1595 - Madrid (Spain), 1651
Castello, Félix
Madrid (Spain), 1595 - Madrid (Spain), 1651

He was born to a family of Italian artists. His father, Fabricio, was one of the painters who came to Spain to work at El Escorial and later married a Spanish woman. His grandfather, Giovanni Battista Castello, el Bergamasco, had also worked for Philip II and died in Madrid in 1569. Besides training with his family, Félix was a close disciple of Vicente Carducho, and he maintained ties to that mas

Cajés, Eugenio
Madrid, 1574 - Madrid (Spain), 1634
Cajés, Eugenio
Madrid, 1574 - Madrid (Spain), 1634

He was a disciple of his father, Italian painter Patricio Cajés, who had moved to Madrid to work on the monastery of El Escorial. He is thought to have spent time in Rome around 1595, where he would have taken part in the birth of Caravaggio's naturalism, and he must have returned to Spain with a fondness for Tempesta's battle compositions, which Vicente Carducho's generation knew through prints a

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