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Alessandro Poli

Alessandro Poli was an Italian painter who lived during the neoclassical period. Born in Mantua in 1737, he was a pupil of Giulio Romano and spent most of his life in Rome. Poli was highly regarded for his mastery of fresco painting, which is evident in his best-known works, such as the frescoes of the Chapel of Santa Caterina and the Gallery in the Palazzo Farnese of Caprarola. His compositions are characterized by their accuracy and grandeur, and he produced a large number of religious subjects for a variety of clients. In addition to his religious works, Poli also created genre paintings and some landscapes. His style was influenced by the classical art of ancient Greece and Rome, and he often incorporated classical motifs and themes into his paintings. Poli's paintings were highly sought after by collectors and patrons, and he received numerous commissions throughout his career. Poli's legacy as a neoclassical artist has endured to this day, and his works can be found in museums and private collections around the world. His contributions to the art world have been recognized by art historians and critics, who have praised his technical skill and artistic vision.

Alessandro Poli, Italian painter, neoclassical period, fresco painting, religious subjects, classical motifs

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Alessandro Poli

Alessandro Poli is a renowned Italian painter who was born in 1737 in Mantua. He was a pupil of Giulio Romano and he lived most of his life in Rome. His best-known works are the frescoes of the Chapel of Santa Caterina with the monochrome backgrounds and the frescoes of the Gallery in the Palazzo Farnese of Caprarola. He also produced a large number of religious subjects for a variety of clients. Poli was a highly regarded neoclassical artist who was particularly well known for his mastery in the techniques of fresco painting. His compositions are generally characterized by their accuracy and grandeur. He also created a number of genre paintings and some landscapes. Poli died in Rome in 1806.

Alessandro Poli, Italian Artist, Fresco, Rome, Baroque, Neoclassicism.

Mei Wang

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