Giovanni Raffaele Badaracco (1648–1717) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. He was born in Genoa, son and pupil of the painter Giuseppe Badaracco. After studying some time under his father he went to Rome, and entered the school of Carlo Maratta. He also painted in Naples and Venice, then returned to Genoa.

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  • Giovanni Raffaele Badaracco (1648–1717) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. He was born in Genoa, son and pupil of the painter Giuseppe Badaracco. After studying some time under his father he went to Rome, and entered the school of Carlo Maratta. He also painted in Naples and Venice, then returned to Genoa. Among his main paintings the two large pictures that depict St. Bruno in the church of San Bartolomeo at Certosa, in the Genoese district of Rivarolo, the paintings in the Oratory of Assunta, nearby the church of Coronata, in the district of Cornigliano, considered his masterpiece and those in the church of Nostra Signora del Carmine in Genoa, that depict “Carmelites Saints” and “Virgin Mother and St. John”. (en)
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  • Giovanni Raffaele Badaracco (1648–1717) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. He was born in Genoa, son and pupil of the painter Giuseppe Badaracco. After studying some time under his father he went to Rome, and entered the school of Carlo Maratta. He also painted in Naples and Venice, then returned to Genoa. (en)
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