Chiari, Giuseppe (1654-1727)
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Giuseppe Chiari, Italian painter, was born and died in Rome in 1654-1727. He was a pupil and collaborator of C.Maratta, and was an author of classicist mythologic paintings located in Galleria Spada in Rome (circa 1708) and frescoes in St John Lateran.
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