List of Carlo Maratta pupils and assistants

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The Roman studio of the prolofic Italian Baroque painter Carlo Maratta included numerous younger pupils/assistants. Among his many pupils were:[1][2][3][4]

Painter Dates Birthplace Source
Paolo Albertoni
Martino Altomonte (W)
Jean Andre 1662–1753 Paris (H)
Cosmas Damian Asam (W)
Gérard Audran (W)
Giovanni Raffaelle Badarocco 1648–1726 Genoa (W)(H)
Antonio Balestra 1666–1740 Verona (W) (H)
Niccolò Bambini 1651–1736 (H)
Cristiano Bernetz 1628–1722 Hamburg (R)
Niccolo Berrettoni 1637–1682 Montefeltro (H)
Jean Christian le Blond 1667–1741 Frankfort (H)
Francesco Boccacino 1680–1750 Cremona (H)
Giovanni Domenico Bruggieri[5] 1678–1754 Lucca (H)
Jan van Bunnik 1654–1727 Utrecht (H)(AH)
Giacinto Calandrucci 1646–1707 (W)(H)
Giuseppe Bartolomeo Chiari (W)(H)
Marc van Duvende 1674–1729 (H)
Girolamo Ferroni 1681 (H)
Antonio Filocamo 1669–1748 Messina (H)
Paolo Filocamo ?-1748 Messina (H)
Francesco Fernandi (Imperiali) 1679–1740 (H)
William van Inghen 1651–1709 Utrecht (H)(AH)
Francesco Juvani (H)
Godfrey Kneller 1646–1723 Lübeck, moved to England (H)(AH)
Andrea Lanzano 1651–1709 (H)
Giuseppe Laudati 1672-after 1718 Perugia (H)
Stefano Maria Legnani 1661–1713 Milan (H)
Theodore van Loon 1630–1678 Brussels (H)(AH)
Agostino Masucci 1691–1758 Rome (W)(H)
Giovanni Paolo Melchiore 1664–1721 Rome (H)
Sebastian Munoz (H)
Girolamo Odam 1681- Lorena (H)
Robert van Oudenarde 1663–1743 Ghent (H)
Paolo Gerolamo Piola (W)
Pierre Parrocel (W)
Domenico Parodi (W) (H)
Giuseppe Passeri 1654–1714 Rome (W)(H)
Pietro da Pietri 1663–1708 Rome (H)
Stefano Pozzi 1699–1768 Rome (H)
Andrea Procaccini 1671–1734 Rome (H)
Tommaso Redi 1665–1726 Florence (W) (H)
Giovanni Stefano Robatto 1649–1733 Savona (H)
Daniel Seiter 1647–1705 Vienna, moved to Turin (H)(AH)
Filippo Tancredi 1655–1725 Messina (H)
Lodovico Trasi 1634–1695 Ascoli (H)
Francesco Trevisani 1656–1746 Capodistria (W)
Francesco Varnetam 1658–1724 Hamburg (R)
Nicolas Vleys 1694–1703 Brussels (H)

References[edit]

See Carlo Maratta article

  1. ^ Arnold Houbraken's "Schouburg", 1718. Houbraken called Carlo Maratta "Karel Marat" or "Karlo Marat"), labelled (AH)
  2. ^ Wittkower R. p.339, labeled (W).
  3. ^ Hobbes J.R. p149-151, labeled (H).
  4. ^ Rosini G, Storia della pittura italiana esposta coi monumenti; Epoca Quarta (1847),labeled (R)
  5. ^ Mazzarosa, Marchese Antonio (1843). Tipografia de Giuseppe Giusti, ed. Memorie e documenti per servire alla storia di Lucca, Volume 8.. Lucca; Googlebooks. pp. page 172.