Trevisani, Francesco (1656-1746)
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Francesco Trevisani, Italian painter, was born in Capodistria in 1656 and died in Rome in 1746. He was a pupil of Venetian master A.Zanchi, but afterwards passed in the classicist environment of C.Maratta in Rome obtaining a great success as a painter of Altar pieces executed for numerous Roman churches: S.Silvestro in Capite (1697), S.Maria in Aracoeli (1729), as well as portraitist and an author of paintings on historical and mythological subjects: Betsabea al bagno (Pommersfelden, Coll, Schonborn); Banchetto di Cesare e Cleopatra (Rome, Gall.Spada).
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