Claudio Ridolfi

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Claudio Ridolfi
Born 1560
Died 1644
Nationality Italian
Known for Painting
Movement Baroque
Flogging - Sant'Anastasia (Verona)
Mary Magdalene at the foot of the Cross. Santa Maria in Portuno, Corinaldo

Claudio Ridolfi (1560–1644) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period.

Ridolfi was born in Verona, and was active mainly in Rome and Urbino. He was a pupil of the painters Dario Pozzo and Paolo Veronese. A friend of Federico Barocci, he established himself in Corinaldo in the region of Ancona, where he died. Simone Cantarini, Girolamo Cialdieri, Benedetto Marini, and two painters named Patanazzi and Urbinelli were pupils or followers of Ridolfi.[1]


  • Birth of John the Baptist for the church of Santa Lucia in Urbino
  • Presentation of the virgin in the temple for a church in Santo Spirito
  • Deposition for a church in Rimini
  • Santa Giustina, St Benedict presenting rules to the principal Benedictines for a church in Padua


  1. ^ Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, illustrating the arms, arts, and ... Volume 3, by James Dennistoun, (1851) page 361.