Raffaellino da Reggio (1550-1578) (Raffaellino Motta)

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Raffaellino Motta, named Raffaellino da Reggio, Italian painter, was born in Codemondo, Reggio Emilia in 1550 and died in Rome in 1578. He was a pupil of Lelio Orsi, and in 1572 went to Rome joining the school of mannerists: Cristo davanti a Caifa (Rome, Oratorio del Gonfalone); Martirio dei Quattro Santi Coronati (Rome, Santi Quattro Coronati, 1578); Tobiolo (Rome, Gall.Borghese).

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