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NAPOLETANO Filippo (b. ca. 1589 Napoli, d. 1629, Roma) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter, originally Filippo d'Angeli or de Liagno. After training in Naples with the landscape painter Goffredo Wals, in about 1614 Filippo Napoletano moved to Rome where he became a member of Agostino Tassi's workshop. Strongly influenced by Adam Elsheimer, Paul Bril and Tassi, Napoletano painted, according to Giulio Mancini, 'fires and boats' though no extant work can be securely assigned to his early years in Rome. From 1617 to 1621 he was active in Florence in the service of Grand Duke Cosimo II de' Medici, working closely with Jacques Callot.

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