Giovanni Stefano Marucelli

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Giovanni Stefano Marucelli, Madonna del Carmelo with the Bambino and Saints Catherine, Peter & Dominic, Uliveto Terme


Giovanni Stefano Marucelli (1586 - c. 1646) was an Italian painter and architect of the Baroque period, active in Tuscany, including Florence and Pisa.

His name is also written as Maruscelli, Maruscielli, or Marscelli. Born in Florence, around 1600 he became a pupil of Andrea Boscoli in Pisa.

His masterpiece is the Abraham and the angels (1628) in the apse of the Duomo di Pisa. He also painted an Ascencion for the church of the Sacrament in Pistoia; San Carlo Borromeo before a crucifix in the first altar to the right of the church of San Torpe, Pisa; a Coronation of the Virgin in the left chapel of the church of San Nicola, Pisa; St. George & in St Francis in adoration for the church of Santi Quirico e Giulitta in Lugnano; Madonna del Carmelo with the Bambino and Saints Catherine, Peter & Dominic and a Madonna with child and four saints in the church of the Santissima Annunziata in Uliveto Terme.

As an architect, he helped reconstruct the Palazzo dell'Orologio in Pisa.

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