: Carlo Maratta (1625-1713)Product Description:
From the Musée du Louvre.Maratta (1625-1713) followed the painting tradition of the Carracci family and is considered to be the most important representative of the classical flow in Roman painting. As a highly esteemed painter, he also performed numerous altarpieces for Rome's numerous churches, alongside portraits and paintings with religious and mythological motifs. In his productive workshop many students were trained.Copyright AGR Ricordi Milano.Large quality items on quality paper.
Size 80x130 cm. (print to edge).