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LOTH Johann Karl (b. 1632, Munchen, d. 1698, Venezia) Nationality : German

After receiving instruction from his mother, and father Johann Ulrich, who himself had been inspired by Caravaggio and Saraceni in Rome, Loth went to Italy in 1653, stopping first in Rome. There he studied the works of Caravaggio and his successors, and proceeded to Venice where in 1663 he was given the title the "gran miniatore" by his fellow artists. His lively manner of depiction was to set an example for southern German Baroque painting, introduced by his pupils Rottmayr, Strudel and Saiter. This style already marked his work in the churches of Venice and the Terra Ferma.

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