Zucchi, Jacopo (circa 1541-circa1589)

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Jacopo Zucchi, Italian painter, was born in Florence in circa 1541 and died in Rome in circa 1589. He was a pupil of Vasari, participated in the decoration works of the Palazzo Vecchio. His most famous woks are: La pesca dei coralli (Rome, Gall.Borghese); Nascita del Battista (Rome, San Giovanni decollato); frescoes in the church of Santo Spirito in Sassia in Rome. The masterpiece of Zucchi is frescoes on the ceiling of the hall in Palazzo Rucellai-Ruspoli in Rome (circa 1585).

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