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maratti, carlo

one of the leading painters of the Roman school in the later 17th century and one of the last great masters of Baroque classicism. His final works offer an early example of "arcadian good taste" (named for the Academy of Arcadians, of which he was a member), a style that was to dominate Roman art for the first half of the 18th century.

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