Giacomo Adolfi

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Pala del suffragio (Intercession altarpiece)

Giacomo Adolfi (1682–1741) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active in and around Bergamo.

Biography[edit]

Giacomo Adolfi was born in Bergamo, the older brother of the painter Ciro Adolfi, and was initially taught by his father Benedetto Adolfi. He completed a number of fresco paintings in the churches and public buildings of Bergamo, including a Crowning of the Virgin for the church of Monastery del Paradiso and an Adoration of the Magi for Sant'Alessandro della Croce, Bergamo.

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