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A biographical and critical dictionary of painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects, from ancient to modern times, with the monograms, ciphers, and marks used by distinguished artists to certify their works

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A biographical and critical dictionary of painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects, from ancient to modern times, with the monograms, ciphers, and marks used by distinguished artists to certify their works

A biographical and critical dictionary of painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects, from ancient to modern times, with the monograms, ciphers, and marks used by distinguished artists to certify their works

Fonte : Internet Archive

A biographical and critical dictionary of painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects, from ancient to modern times, with the monograms, ciphers, and marks used by distinguished artists to certify their works

A biographical and critical dictionary of painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects, from ancient to modern times, with the monograms, ciphers, and marks used by distinguished artists to certify their works

Fonte : Internet Archive

Risultati : ROSSI


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Rossi, Francesco, Francesco de' Salviati.


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Antonio Rossi, de Rubeis, 2,3.


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Aniello Rossi, s, 2, 3*, p4.


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Niccolo Maria Rossi, s, 1, 2, 3*, p4, 6.


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D. Angelo Rossi, 2. 3.


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architectural and ornamental painting, under Gabriel Rossi, at Bologna, and acquired a profound knowledge of perspective. He acquired a high


Pagina 457

recorded in the catalogue of Giacomo Rossi. The following are among his principal works :


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GOBBING. See Gio. Battista Rossi.


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he selected Matteo Paccelli and Aniello Rossi, his two favorite pupils, to accompany him as his assistants. They continued with


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, after Guido PASQUALTNO. See Pasquale Rossi.


Pagina 928

ROSSI, Carlo Antonio, a Milanese painter, born, according to Orlandi, about 1580, and died in 1648.


Pagina 928

ROSSI, Aniello, a Neapolitan painter, born about 1660, and died in 1719. According to Dominici, he


Pagina 928

ROSSI, Andrea, an Italian engraver, born at Rome in 1726, and died in 1790, He engraved


Pagina 928

ROSSI, Antonio, a painter born at Bologna in 1700. He was the favorite disciple of the


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ROSSI, Enea, a Bolognese painter, who flourished about 1600, and, according to Malvasia, studied in the


Pagina 929

ROSSI, Gabriele, a Bolognese painter of architecture and perspective, who flourished, according to Baruflaldi, about 1650.


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ROSSI, Giovanni Battista, called II Gobbing (humpback), a painter of Verona, who, according to Pozzo, was


Pagina 929

ROSSI, Pasquale, called Pasqualino da ViCENZA, a painter born at Vicenza in 1641. According to Orlandi.


Pagina 929

ROSSI, Francesco. See Salviati.


Pagina 929

ROSSI, Lorenzo, a Florentine painter, who?


Pagina 930

was the son of Marc' Antonio Rossi, a reputable architect, from whom he received some instructions, and afterwards entered the


Pagina 930

ROSSI, John Charles Felix, an eminent English sculptor, was the son of an Italian of Siena,


Pagina 930

ROSSI, Angelo de, an Italian sculptor, born at Genoa in 1671. He studied imder Filippo Parodi,


Pagina 930

ROSSI, Giuseppe de, a distinguished Italian architect and writer upon the art, was born at Rome


Pagina 930

was probably a descendant of Matteo de Rossi, as the Biograp Me Universelle says that his father and grand-father were


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Lanzi thinks rather with Carlo Antonio Rossi, a Milanese painter, who wrought in the Cathedral at Pavia about that time.


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He there became acquainted with Francesco Rossi, called II Salviati, whose style he in some measure adopted. In conjunction with


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received his first instruction from Antonio Rossi, a painter of Cadore , if so, it was at a very tender


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in 1795. He studied under Charles Rossi, R. A., for seven years, during which time he gained two medals from