Onorio Marinari

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Onorio Marinari
Onorio marinari.jpg
Engraving of Self-portrait[1]
Born 1627
Died January 5, 1715
Nationality Italian
Known for Painting and Printmaker
Movement Mannerism
Onorio Marinari, Salome with the head of John the Baptist, 1680.
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Onorio Marinari (1627 – January 5, 1715) was an Italian painter and printmaker of the Baroque period, active mainly in Florence. His father, Sigismondo di Pietro Marinari, was also a painter, and he trained with his cousin, Carlo Dolci, later being also influenced by Simone Pignoni and Francesco Furini.

His fresco in the Palazzo Capponi, Florence, is dated 1707. In 1674 he published his illustrated Fabbrica ed uso dell' Annulo Astronomico. Bartolomeo Bimbi was one of his pupils.

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ V Gozzini design, and Paolo Longinio' artist
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