(1684 - 1764)
Marco Benefial was active/lived in Italy. Marco Benefial is known for decorative 'rococo' style figure and religioius painting.
Marco Benefial (25 April 1684 – 9 April 1764) was an Italian, proto-Neoclassical painter, mainly active in Rome. Benefial is best known for his repudiation of 18th century decorative Rococo styles pre-eminent in the Rome dominated by Carlo Maratta pupils.
His paintings portrayed tangible human figures, with complex treatment of space, and luminous, warm colors. Along with the altarpieces and frescoes, he also painted many portraits. Because he partnered with some inferior artists who subsequently received credit, some of his paintings have been frequently misidentified.
Marco Benefial was born in Rome in 1684, and died there in 1764. When at the age of 19 years, one of his paintings, an altarpiece with Apotheosis of San F ... Displaying 750 of 2850 characters.