De Vecchi, Giovanni (1536-1615)

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Giovanni De Vecchi, Italian painter, was born and died in Borgo San Sepolcro in 1536-1615. He was a pupil of Raffaellino del Colle; collaborated in execution of frescoes in Villa Farnese in Caprarola and led intensive activity in decoration of the churches and Roman palaces. The greatest part of his works are lost, but the survived paintings reveal one of the most notable personalities of the late Roman mannerism: Storie della Vera Croce (Rome, Oratorio del Crocefisso); Miracolo di San Diego (Rome, S.Maria in Aracoeli); Deposizione (S.Prassede, Rome).

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