Giulio Cesare Milani

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Giulio Cesare Milani (c. 1621–1678) was an Italian painter of the Baroque.

He was born in Bologna, where he was a pupil of Simone Cantarini and Flaminio Torre. He painted a Marriage of the Virgin for the church of San Giuseppe; a Sant' Antonio di Padova for the church of Santa Maria del Castello; and a Holy Family with St. John for the church of the Servi.