Nogari, Paris (1536-1601) (Paris Romano)

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Paris Nogari, named Paris Romano, Italian painter, was born and died in Rome in 1536-1601. He was a representative of the 3rd generation of Roman mannerists, and worked mostly on frescoing of the churches: oratory del Crocifisso, Santa Susanna, San Marcello, etc.. Among his paintings should be noticed San Silvestro in the basilica St John Lateran and Madonna con Bambino in Santa Maria Maggiore.

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