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Jan 8, 1830 - Feb 18, 1902. German-American painter.

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Orazio Gentileschi
Madonna and Child in a Landscape

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Orazio Gentileschi Madonna and Child in a Landscape
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Orazio Gentileschi

1563-1639 Italian Orazio Gentileschi Galleries Tuscan painter, b. Pisa. His real surname was Lomi, but he adopted his uncle name. He studied in Rome, where he was associated with Agostino Tassi in the decoration of palace interiors. Influenced by Caravaggio, Gentileschi developed a more softly luminous light and a cooler, more lyrical style. He also painted frescoes in Santa Maria Maggiore and in the Lateran. After spending several years in Genoa and in France, he settled in England (1626) at the invitation of Charles I. Gentileschi principal works include The Annunciation (San Siro, Genoa); Flight into Egypt (Louvre); Sibyl (Hampton Court, England); and Moses Saved from the Waters (Prado). He also painted numerous portraits. Artemesia Gentileschi was his daughter.   Related Paintings of Orazio Gentileschi :. | The Lute Player by Orazio Gentileschi. | Saint Mary Magdalen in Penitence | THe Rest on the Flight into Egypt (mk05) | Madonna and Child in a Landscape | Lutspelerska |
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