Biagio Falcieri

Painting, Visual Artist

1628 – 1703

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Who was Biagio Falcieri?

Biagio Falcieri was an Italian painter of the Baroque era, although his provincial style has been described as a tired mannerism, active between Venice and Verona. Originally from the region of Trento. He studied with Pietro Liberi in Venice and returned to Verona. He painted a canvas about the Council of Trent behind the facade of the church of San Anastasia. He trained Andrea Voltolino, Alessandro Marchesini, Lorenzo Comendu, and Santi Prunati.

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Born
1628
Nationality
  • Italy
Died
1703

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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