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GIOVANNI DA SAN GIOVANNI   (b. 1592, San Giovanni Valdarno, d. 1636, Firenze) Nationality : Italian

Giovanni da San Giovanni (Giovanni Mannozzi), Italian painter and draughtsman. He was the most distinguished of the artists working in fresco in 17th-century Florence. An eccentric personality, he was attracted by the charm and informality of northern art and by a satirical approach to classical themes. He went to Florence in 1608 to study in the workshop of Matteo Rosselli, where he learned both fresco and oil painting techniques and drew extensively. In 1615 he painted two ceiling canvases of Putti Supporting the Impresa of Michelangelo for a room in the Casa Buonarroti and in the same period frescoed the dome of the church of the Ognissanti, Florence, with a choir of musician angels.

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