See also:Italian painter, was the youngest son of Bernardo
See also:Castello (q.v.) . He surpassed his
See also:father, and particularly excelled in
See also:battle-scenes . He painted the " Rape of the Sabines," now in the Palazzo Brignole, Genoa, and decorated the cupola of the
See also:church of the Annunziata in the same city . In these
See also:works he is regarded by his admirers as combining the
See also:fire of Tintoretto with the general
See also:style of Paolo Veronese .
GIOVANNI BATTISTA CASTELLO (1500 ?–1569 ?)
CASTELLON DE LA PLANA
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