calabrese, allured by the novelty of his style, repaired to Cento, to avail himself of his instructions.
Beneath the latter are frescoes of events in the life of St. Andrew by calabrese.
But the style of the decadence makes itself less felt in the work of the calabrese than in that of the Venetian.
During the whole 17th century we find but one worthy to be mentioned, Giacchino Greco (il calabrese).
His hair was black; he was of a complexion neither too pink, like a grocer's assistant, nor yet too brown, like a calabrese.