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Giacomo Zoboli

 Painting - The Assassination Of Julius Caesar by Attributed to Giacomo Zoboli

The Assassination Of Julius Caesar

Jacopo Zoboli or Giacomo Zoboli (1661 (?) - 1767)[1] was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque period.

He was born at Modena about the year 1700. His first patron, Marquis Taddeo Rangone sent him to study first under Francesco Stringa, then to Bologna. He went to Rome, where he died about 1765 . He painted an altarpiece for the church of Sant'Eustachio in Rome. He painted altarpieces and portraits, and is said to have etched fifteen plates dealing with Life of Aloysius Gonzaga and Stanislaus Kostka. He also made colored etchings of Bracciano, Tivoli, Visa, and Brescia. He is said to have died poor in Rome.[2]


This article incorporates text from the article "Zoboli, Jacopo" in Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers by Michael Bryan, edited by Robert Edmund Graves and Sir Walter Armstrong, an 1886–1889 publication now in the public domain.

F. Boni cites these dates, while M. Bryan cites a more likely date of birth circa 1700
Boni, Filippo de' (1852). Biografia degli artisti ovvero dizionario della vita e delle opere dei pittori, degli scultori, degli intagliatori, dei tipografi e dei musici di ogni nazione che fiorirono da'tempi più remoti sino á nostri giorni. Seconda Edizione.. Venice; Googlebooks: Presso Andrea Santini e Figlio. p. 1106.


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