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GARZONI Giovanna (b. 1600, Ascoli Piceno, d. 1670, Roma) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter, one of the first woman artists to practice the art of still-life painting. She may have begun her training in Ascoli Piceno. In 1625, and again in 1630, she was in Venice, where she wrote a calligraphy book, including capital letters illuminated with fruits, flowers, birds, and insects. These subjects were to become her specialty, and tempera on vellum was her preferred medium. By the late 1620s she had two influential patrons in Rome: Cassiano dal Pozzo and Anna Colonna, wife of Taddeo Barberini.

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