Giovanni Francesco Romanelli (Viterbo, 1610– Viterbo, 1662) was a major Italian painter of the Baroque period, celebrated for his use of bright, vivid colors and also for his clarity of detail. Many of his works are on display in the Louvre.

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  • Giovanni Francesco Romanelli (Viterbo, 1610– Viterbo, 1662) was a major Italian painter of the Baroque period, celebrated for his use of bright, vivid colors and also for his clarity of detail. Many of his works are on display in the Louvre. (en)
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  • Giovanni Francesco Romanelli (Viterbo, 1610– Viterbo, 1662) was a major Italian painter of the Baroque period, celebrated for his use of bright, vivid colors and also for his clarity of detail. Many of his works are on display in the Louvre. (en)
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