Pier Simone Fanelli

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Pier Simone Fanelli (Ancona, December 29, 1641 - Cingoli, 1703) was an Italian painter active in the Region of the Marche, active in a Baroque style.

His training is unclear. By 1665-1666 he was painting in the church of the Filippini in Recanati. By 1680, he was employed by the Cappuccini in Macerata. In Macerata he worked with Giovanni Domenico Ferracuti, a landscape painter. He also worked with Paolo Marini, to decorate the church of San Filippo Neri in Cingoli.[1]


  1. ^ Un’aggiunta a Piersimone Fanelli, article by Alessandro Delpriori.