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PIOLA, Domenico
Daedalus and Icarus
1670s Oil on canvas, 136 x 111 cm
ID: 32459

PIOLA, Domenico Daedalus and Icarus
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PIOLA, Domenico

Italian Baroque Era Painter, 1627-1703 was a Genoese painter of the Baroque period. His family studio was highly prolific. He apprenticed with his family, including his elder brother, Pellegro Piola, as well as with Domenico Fiasella. Other members of the Piola family, who were artists included Domenico's brother, Giovanni Andrea and his three sons Paolo Gerolamo, Anton Maria, and Giovanni Battista; his two sons-in-law, Gregorio de Ferrari and Domenico Parodi; and his brother-in-law Stefano Camogli. The large family studio, called Casa Piola excelled in both quadratura fresco decoration and canvases. Generations of artists, down to the 20th century, descended from the line of Piola-De Ferrari, including Giovanni Maria De Simoni, who died in 1913 in the original residence of Domenico's family. Domenico was also a well-known printmaker and draughtsman.   Related Paintings of PIOLA, Domenico :. | Frosty Morning | Adoration of the Magi f | Lorenzo Tornabuoni | Garden of Malrome | Brienzer Bauer Beim Wein |
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Geertgen Tot Sint Jans
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