Odazzi, Giovanni (1663-1731)
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Giovanni Odazzi, Italian painter, was born and died in Rome in 1663-1731. He was a pupil of Cornelis Bloemaert and Ciro Ferri, a follower and collaborator of Baciccia, his first works are: Adorazione dei Magi and Fuga in Egitto (Rome, church S.Maria in Aracoeli). Odazzi conducted his activity mostly in Rome as an author of frescoes and Altar pieces in the churches S.Maria degli Angeli, Santi Apostoli (Caccia degli angeli ribelli), S.Maria della Scala (Sogno di Giuseppe), S.Clemente, S.Maria in Via Lata and St John Lateran.
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