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Ritratto di Carlo Emanuele Teodoro Trivulzio


Ritratto di Carlo Emanuele Teodoro Trivulzio



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Giulio Cesare Procaccini was an Italian painter and sculptor of the late Renaissance. He was born in Bologna in 1574 and is known for his religious and mythological works, as well as his portraits. Procaccini belonged to the Lombard school of painting and was influenced by the work of Caravaggio. He was a prolific artist, producing numerous altarpieces and frescoes for churches in Italy, as well as portraits and secular works. His style is characterised by a dramatic use of light and shadow and emotional intensity. Procaccini's work had a significant impact on the development of Baroque art in Italy and he is considered one of the leading figures of the early Baroque period. He died in Milan in 1625, leaving a legacy of powerful and expressive paintings and sculptures.

He was the third son of Ercole, the brother of Camillo and Giulio Cesare the elder, and father of Ercole Procaccini the Younger (1605–1675). He was born at Bologna and initially trained by his father, though he excelled in painting landscapes and still-lifes with flowers and fruit, mainly in Milan.





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