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LISS Johann (b. ca. 1590, Oldenburg, d. 1631, Verona) Nationality : German

Johann Liss (Lys), German painter, active mainly in Italy. He trained in the Netherlands (probably in Amsterdam, possibly with Goltzius) and visited Paris before moving to Italy c.1620. Venice seems to have been the main centre of his activity, but he also worked in Rome, and Caravaggesque influence is clearly seen in such vivid and strongly lit works as Judith and Holofernes. His work enjoyed considerable popularity in Venice (where there was a dearth of talented native painters at this time) and his Vision of St Jerome in the church of San Nicola da Tolentino was much copied.

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