Domenico Maria Muratori
Domenico Maria Muratori (1662–1744) was an Italian painter of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century, specializing in altarpieces.
Muratori was born in Vendrana in the Budrio commune. He was a Bolognese painter who studied under Lorenzo Pasinelli. His wife Teresa Scannabecchi was also a painter. They met in the studio of Giovanni Gioseffo dal Sole, where she was also a student. Muratori specialized in religious-themed works. He produced frescoes for the second chapel of San Francesco a Ripa. He died in Rome in 1744.
- Storia pittorica dell'Italia dal risorgimento delle belle arti fin presso al fine del XVIII secolo (1822), p. 149.
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