BAROCCI (or BAROCCIO), FEDERIGO (1528–1612) ,
See also:Italian painter, was
See also:born at
See also:Urbino, where the
See also:genius of
See also:Raphael inspired him . In his early youth he travelled to Rome, where he painted in
See also:fresco and was warmly commended by Michelangelo . He then returned to Urbino, where, with the exception of some
See also:short visits to Rome, he continued to reside till his
See also:death . He acquired
See also:great fame by his paintings of religious subjects, in the
See also:style of which he to some extent imitated Correggio . His own followers were very numerous, but according to
See also:Lanzi (Hist. of
See also:Painting) carried their
See also:master's peculiarities to excess . Barocci also etched from his own designs a few prints, which are highly finished, and executed with great softness and delicacy .
BAROCCHIO (or BAROZZI), GIACOMO
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