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Among his masterpieces is a Coronation of Santa Teresa (now in National Museum of Villa Guinigi in Lucca). He also frescoed the cupola of the chapel of Sant'Ignazio in the church of San Giovanni in Lucca. He painted a St Francis adoring the Virgin for the church of the Monache dell’Angelo, and frescoed a Nativity the main door of the interior of the church of San Giusto. The frescoes on the main door of Santa Maria Corteorlandini are also attributed to him. He painted the altarpiece of St Thomas of the Tribune church. He painted seven large canvases for the library of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice, and also painted for the Galleria Colonna in Rome.
- Mazzarosa, Marchese Antonio (1843). Tipografia de Giuseppe Giusti, ed. Memorie e documenti per servire alla storia di Lucca, Volume 8.. Lucca; Googlebooks. pp. 171–172.
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