Sebastiano Ceccarini

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Ajaccio Ceccarini selfportrait

Sebastiano Ceccarini (1703–1783), born in Fano, was an Italian Baroque painter. He was a student of Francesco Mancini and the teacher of his nephew Carlo Magini.

Biography[edit]

He painted in Rome during the papacy of Pope Clement XII, painting an altarpiece for a chapel the Quirinale, belonging to the Swiss. he retired with a stipend paid by the town of Fano.[1]

He painted an altarpiece, depicting the Madonna and Child with St Francis and St Sebastian and the Castle of Mondolfo in Background, for the church of San Sebastiano in Mondolfo.[2]

Works[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Degli uomini illustri di Urbino by Carlo Grossi, Pompeo Gherardi; Printer Giusepper Rondino Urbino (1856); page 264.
  2. ^ Marche Tourism office, entry on church.
  3. ^ Walters Art Museum