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He initially trained with Pietro Ricci (il Lucchese). His first documented and dated painting is a Sacrifice of Noah (1678) conserved at San Giorgio Maggiore in Bergamo. A Massacre of the Innocents by Cervelli in San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice, and a Martyrdom of Saint Teodoro, coming from the Scuola Grande di San Teodoro, were attributed to him in 1956 His fully Venetian manner is in the mode established by Pietro Liberi and Sebastiano Mazzoni.
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- R. Palluchini, La pittura Veneziana del Seicento, Milan, 1981, pp. 297–298.
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