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Matteo Piccione (1615 - 1671) was an Italian painter, active in Rome, as a painter of religious subjects. He was born in Ancona. He is noted by Lanzi to be a collaborator with Giovanni Antonio Galli[1] He was an academic in the Accademia di San Luca in 1655.[2] One of his paintings is in San Martino ai Monti, Rome. Mariette's catalogue lists paintings in the style of Veronese and Cesi.[3]

References

  1. ^ Storia pittorica della Italia del risorgimento delle belle arti, Volume 1, by Luigi Antonio Lanzi, page 189.
  2. ^ Saggi sull'architettura e sulla pittura, by Francesco Algarotti, page 561.
  3. ^ Abecedario de P.J. Mariette: et autres notes inédites de cet ..., Volume 4, by Pierre Jean Mariette, Philippe de Chennevières, Anatole de Montaiglon; 1857-1858; page 150.

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