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Solimena, Francesco
Canale di Serino, Campania (Italy), 1657 - Barra, Naples (Italy), 1747
Solimena, Francesco
Canale di Serino, Campania (Italy), 1657 - Barra, Naples (Italy), 1747

Solimena was a painter and architect who had begun his studies in the humanities, but his career was subsequently shaped by the profession of his father, the painter Angelo Solimena. He started working as his father’s assistant; however, the most important influence on his early training were the paintings of Luca Giordano (with whom he was friends), Pietro da Cortona, Lanfranco, and Mattia Preti,

Giaquinto, Corrado
Molfetta, Apulia (Italy), 1703 - Naples (Italy), 1766
Giaquinto, Corrado
Molfetta, Apulia (Italy), 1703 - Naples (Italy), 1766

Considered the maximum representative of rococo painting in Rome during the first half of the 18th century and a referent for various generations of Spanish painters, this artist produced abundant oil paintings and most of all, frescoes. He studied with Saverio Porta until 1719, moving to Naples in 1721 to work under the tutelage of Nicola Maria Rossi, a follower of Francesco Solimena. His deep st

Belvedere, Andrea
Naples, 1652 - Naples, 1732
Belvedere, Andrea
Naples, 1652 - Naples, 1732

Belvedere was the last and most appreciated representative of the Neapolitan still-life tradition, which appeared almost to die out after he passed away in 1732. He began to work in his city of birth in 1674. His style seems to have been shaped by the circle of Paolo Porpora and inspired by the early works of Giuseppe Recco, to judge by the earliest surviving paintings from this period (Naples, Mu

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