Nebbia, Cesare (circa 1536-1614)
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Cesare Nebbia, Italian painter, was born and died in Orvieto in circa1536 - 1614. He was a pupil of G.Muziano, frescoed in Rome the churches of Trinita' dei Monti and Santa Maria in Vallicella; he was also a coordinator of the decoration works of Sixtus V: Quirinale, Vatican (Biblioteca Sistina), Santa Maria Maggiore, Lateran (Scala Santa). Being invited in Lombardy by cardinal Federico Borromeo, working in Pavia in Collegio Borromeo (1603-1604) and in Arona in Collegiata (1605), he influenced the later works of Cerano and Morazzone.
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