Tommaso Dolabella (1570 – 17 January 1650) was a Baroque painter from Venice, who settled in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth at the royal court of King Sigismund III Vasa. Active in Kraków, where his huge canvas paintings were displayed in Gothic churches of Kraków and Kazimierz. Only a few of them have survived in the Dominican and Corpus Christi churches. He was later supported by Sigismund's son, Władysław IV Waza. In Warsaw he opened a workshop for artists.
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