Carlo Sacchi

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Carlo Sacchi (1617–1706) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.

He was born in Pavia and trained with a painter Benigno Rossi in Milan, then traveled to Rome before settling in Venice. There he imitated a style recalling Paolo Veronese. He was also an engraver. Sacchi died in Pavia. One of his pupils was Carlo Girolamo Bersotti.