Jacopo Marieschi

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Altarpiece of St John the Almoner, San Giovanni in Bragora, Venice 1743

Jacopo Marieschi (1711–1794) was an Italian painter of Vedute and also figure painting, active in his native Venice.

He initially trained with his father, the prominent vedute painter, Michele Marieschi, and later with Gaspare Diziani. Also called Giacomo Marieschi. He painted allegorical figures of Faith, Hope, and Charity at San Francesco della Vigna.

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