(1596 - 1657)
Cesare Dandini was active/lived in Italy. Cesare Dandini is known for Painting, half-length allegorical and Biblical figures.
Biography Cesare Dandini
Cesare Dandini was born in Italy in 1596. Cesare initially trained with Francesco Curradi, who, according to tradition, used the youth as the model for his Madonnas. Cesare then worked briefly in the studio of Cristifano Allori, before finishing his studies with Domenico Cresti, called Il Passignano.
After becoming an independent master in 1621, Cesare Dandini began to achieve considerable success, counting leading Florentines like Prince Don Lorenzo de' Medici and his wife Vittoria della Rovere, among his patrons. Cesare was considered a leading figure in Seicento painting.
Cesare specialized in half-length allegorical and Biblical figures, typically presented with a polished elegance, richly saturated coloration, and graceful pos
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