Angiolillo Arcuccio

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Angiolillo Arcuccio (Naples, active 1440-1492) was an Italian painter of the early Renaissance. Few works are authenticated. He is best exemplified by the Annunciation altarpiece (1483) at the church of the Annunciation just outside Sant'Agata de' Goti, north of Naples.[1] Ferrari and other scholars note a Flemish influence in later paintings. He collaborated with Gaspare de Orta in painting for a salon in Castelnuovo.[2]

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  1. ^ Encyclopedi Treccani entry by Oreste Ferrari, Volume 4 (1962)
  2. ^ Documenti per la storia: le arti e le industrie delle provincie Napoletane., Volume 6, edited by Gaetano Angerio Guglielmo Filangieri (principe di Satriano), page 228.

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