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CERESA Carlo (b. 1609, San Giovanni Bianco, nr Bergamo, d. 1670, Bergamo) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter. He was most distinguished as a portrait painter and represents the link between Giovanni Battista Moroni and the 18th-century paintings of Giacomo Ceruti and Giuseppe Ghislandi. Mostly recalled for his portraiture, he also painted altarpieces and religious works in an understated fashion. Such works as the Pieta with Saints and Donor (1628; San Giovanni Bianco, Santi Filippo e Giacomo), the Visitation with Sts Roch and Sebastian (San Gallo, nr Bergamo, Parish Church) and Christ Crucified with Four Saints (1630; San Antonio Abate, San Antonio Abbandonato) suggest that he trained with a local artist working in the Late Mannerist style, such as Enea Salmeggia (c. 1565-1626),

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  • Portrait of a Friar

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  • Portrait of an Old Gentleman

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  • The Vision of St Felix of Cantalice

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