A report on Tommaso Redi

Self-Portrait

Italian painter, active during the late-Baroque in his native Florence.

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Self-Portrait

Anton Domenico Gabbiani

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Italian painter and active in a late Baroque style.

Italian painter and active in a late Baroque style.

Self-Portrait
Ceiling fresco at Palazzo Medici Riccardi
Three musicians and servant with parrot.

His pupils included Giovanna Fratellini, Ignazio Enrico Hugford (also a biographer), Benedetto Luti, Pietro Marchesini of Pistoia, Ranieri del Pace, Giovanni Battista, Tommaso Redi, and his brother Gaetano Gabbiani.

Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro (1660–89). Painting by Ciro Ferri (São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo).

Ciro Ferri

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Italian Baroque sculptor and painter, the chief pupil and successor of Pietro da Cortona.

Italian Baroque sculptor and painter, the chief pupil and successor of Pietro da Cortona.

Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro (1660–89). Painting by Ciro Ferri (São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo).

Among the many pupils and assistants were Ambrogio Besozzi, Camillo Gabrielli, Marziale Carpinoni, Filippo Maria Galetti, Benedetto Luti, Giovanni Battista Marmi, Pietro Montanini, Giuseppe Nasini, Giovanni Odazzi, Tommaso Redi, and Urbano Romanelli.

The Talman family by Grisoni

Giuseppe Grisoni

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Italian painter and sculptor, noted for his landscapes and historical tableaux.

Italian painter and sculptor, noted for his landscapes and historical tableaux.

The Talman family by Grisoni

Born in Mons, he studied in Florence under Tommaso Redi, abandoning his Flemish influences for the Italian tradition.

Portrait of Cardinal-Patriarch José Manoel da Câmara by Giovanni Domenico Campiglia, Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, 1758

Giovanni Domenico Campiglia

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Italian painter and engraver from Florence, active under the patronage of the House of Medici.

Italian painter and engraver from Florence, active under the patronage of the House of Medici.

Portrait of Cardinal-Patriarch José Manoel da Câmara by Giovanni Domenico Campiglia, Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, 1758

He initially trained under Tommaso Redi and Lorenzo del Moro, then in Bologna under Giovanni Gioseffo dal Sole.