Brandi, Giacinto (1623-1691)
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Giacinto Brandi, Italian painter, was born in Poli, Rome in 1623 and died in Rome in 1691. He was originally from a family of artisans-decorators, and was strongly influenced by Lanfranco, Baciccia and others: 40 Martyrs (Chiesa delle Stimmate), paintings, frescoes and stuccoes for Chiesa di S.Carlo al Corso (1673-84), paintings for Chiesa di S.Andrea al Quirinale.
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