Domenichino

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Do·me·ni·chi·no

 (dō-mā′nə-kē′nō, -mĕ′nē-) Originally Domenicho Zampieri. 1581-1641.
Italian painter of the baroque eclectic school who is noted for his religious and mythological works, including several frescoes of Saint Cecilia.

Domenichino

(Italian domeniˈkiːno)
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(Biography) full name Domenico Zampieri (doˈmeːniko dzamˈpjɛːri). 1581–1641, Italian Baroque painter, noted for his frescoes and the altarpiece Last Communion of St Jerome (1614)
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1622, Domenico Zampieri, called Domenichino (1581-1641), oil on canvas, 166.
The sale will also offer Portrait of a Man, Half-Length, With His Arms Akimbo, by Rembrandt (1606-1669) (estimate: pounds 18-pounds 25million) and Saint John the Evangelist by Domenico Zampieri, called Il Domenichino (1581-1641), one of the most significant Baroque paintings to go to auction (estimate: pounds 7-pounds 10million).
Like Raphael, Domenico Zampieri, called Il Domenichino (1581-1641), was revered in the 18th and early 19th centuries.