Giovanni Pandozzi

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Giovanni Pandozzi (Lenola, Province of Latina, 1711-1790) was an Italian painter.


He was initially a pupil of Paolo De Matteis and then of Sebastiano Conca. He worked for the Church of Santa Chiara in Naples. There he painted in the choir of the monks and two altarpieces: one of Santa Chiara praying for the Edification of the Church and The Holy Eucharist being adored by Franciscan Saints.[1]


  1. ^ Notizie del bello dell'antico e del curioso della città di Napoli, Volume 3, by Carlo Celano, Giovanni Battista Chiarini, page 403.