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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 243 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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FILIPPO BALDINUCCI (1624–1696), Italian writer on the history of the arts, was born at Florence. His chief work is entitled Notizie de'Professori del Disegno da Cimabue . . . (dal 7260 sino at r67o), and was first published in six vols. 410, 1681–1728. The capital defect of this work is the attempt to derive all Italian art from the schools of Florence. A good edition is that by Ranalli (5 vols. 8vo, Florence, 1845–1847). Baldinucci's whole works were published in fourteen vols. at Milan, 18o8–1812.
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