Giovanni Battista Marmi
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Giovanni Battista Marmi (1659–1686) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. He initially apprenticed with Vincenzo Dandini, then Livio Mehus, then moved to Rome to become a pupil of the painter Ciro Ferri and Giovanni Maria Morandi.
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