Sassoferrato (1605-1685) Giovanni Battista Salvi

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Giovanni Battista Salvi named Sassoferrato, Italian painter, was born in Sassoferrato, Ancona in 1605 and died in Rome in 1685. His artistic taste based on studies of Domenichino, G.Reni, Raphael and O.Gentileschi: Madonna del Rosario (1643) (Santa Sabina, Rome); Madonna col Bambino (Florence, Uffizi).

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