Aniella di Beltrano

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Aniella di Beltrano or Anniella di Rosa (1613–1649) was an Italian woman painter of the Baroque period, active in Naples. She trained with Massimo Stanzione, who was a fellow pupil with her husband, Agostino Beltrano (also called Agostiniello) (1616–1665). It is said that her husband stabbed her to death in a fit of jealousy. Her recognized output of paintings is minimal.