Annibale Carracci
(Italian, 1560 - 1609)
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This person is associated with: Baroque

Annibale was born in Bologna. He, along with his brother Agostino and his cousin, Ludovico, opened a painter’s studio in their native city. The brothers were influenced by both the Florentine painters in the draughtsmanship of the works undertaken at the time and also by the Venetian painters in their handling of colour. Both Annibale and Agostino studied the compositions of Titian during their travels around Italy in 1580-81. It is often difficult to distinguish the individual contributions the Carraccis made in Bologna, for example in some of the frescoes they executed.

In 1595 Annibale and Agostino travelled to Rome to undertake the frescoes for the Palazzo Farnese and during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries these were considered the pinnacle of fresco painting.

He was the master to Albani, Domenichino and Guido Reni.

Name:Annibale Carracci
Dates:1560 - 1609
Nationality:Italian
Sex:No data
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Top owners of works by this artist
Musée du Louvre(France - Paris)6 artworks
National Gallery - London(United Kingdom - London)5 artworks
Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York, NY(United States - New York)4 artworks
Hermitage Museum - St-Petersburg(Russian Federation - St. Petersburg)3 artworks
Royal Collection Trust (UK) - Buckingham Palace(United Kingdom - London)3 artworks
University of Oxford - Colleges(United Kingdom - Oxford)3 artworks
Fitzwilliam Museum(United Kingdom - Cambridge)3 artworks
Museo Nacional del Prado(Spain - Madrid)2 artworks
National Gallery of Art - Washington DC(United States - Washington)2 artworks
Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte(Italy - Naples)2 artworks
Kunsthistorisches Museum - Vienna(Austria - Vienna)2 artworks

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Explanation:
This person died over 70 years ago (in 1609).