Domenico (Domenichino) Zampieri
(1581 - 1641)
Domenico (Domenichino) Zampieri was active/lived in Italy. Domenico Zampieri is known for classical religious theme painting, architecture, murals.
Domenichino fully subscribed to the classical notion that painting was like silent poetry and required a stylized expressive vocabulary to be properly understood and deciphered.
Together with his fellow northern Italian painters, Guido Reni (1575-1642), Francesco Albani (1578-1660), Giovanni Lanfranco (1582-1647), and Guercino (1591-1666), Domenico Zampieri—known after his small stature as Domenichino (little Domenico)—is one of the towering figures of seventeenth-century painting. Indeed, until the mid-nineteenth century, his reputation stood second only to that of Raphael, and his influence far outstripped that of Caravaggio, with whose work his own was often contrasted.
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