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Giacomo Raffaelli (February 2, 1753 - October 11, 1836) was an Italian mosaicist from Rome. He is the author of a copy of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper commissioned by Napoleon I. The mosaic resides at Vienna in the Minoritenkirche.
- Micromosaics: The Gilbert Collection, by Jeanette Hanisee Gabriel, published by the Gilbert Collection. Includes detailed biographies of the known artists of the time, with an appendix by Professor Massimo Alfieri entitled "New Notes on Giacomo Raffaelli and Michelangelo Barberi".
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- "Church Minoritenkirche – Inside view – Mosaic The last supper". Retrieved 2008-12-30.
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