Alessandro Gherardini

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Alessandro Gherardini (16 November 1655 – 1726[1]) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Florence.

Alessandro Gherardini, Saint Jerome as penitent.

He was the pupil of the painter Alessandro Rosi. Among his pupils was Sebastiano Galeotti.[2] In Florence, he painted a Crucifixion for the Monastery of the Augustines adjacent to Santa Maria dei Candeli; and frescoes from the Life of St. Anthony for the Convent of San Marco.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Treccani.it
  2. ^ Hobbes J.R. p. 101.