Cozza, Francesco (1605-1682)

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Francesco Cozza, Italian painter, was born in Stilo Calabro in 1605 and died in Rome in 1682. He was a pupil and collaborator of Domenichino. He frescoed the Stanza del Fuoco in Palazzo Pamphili (Valmontone, 1658-59) and a Library of Palazzo Pamphili in Piazza Navona (Rome, 1667-73) with the Apotheosis of Pamphili House on the ceiling of the main hall. He also frescoed the ceiling of a Library of Collegio Innocentiano and in Palazzo Altieri in Rome.

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