Giacomo Farelli (1629-1706) Catalogue Raisonné

March 4 2021

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Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

News from Italy that the Neapolitan painter Giacomo Farelli (1629-1706) has been treated to his first ever catalogue raisonné. The new publication Vita ed opere di Giacomo Farelli (1629-1706). Artista e gentiluomo nell’Italia Barocca has been penned by the art historians Riccardo Lattuada and Laura Raucci.

As is the custom on AHN, Lattuada and Raucci will now both inhabit the highly coveted 'Heroes of art history' section of this blog.

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