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POMARANCIO   (b. ca. 1553, Pomarance, d. 1626, Roma) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter, originally Cristoforo Roncalli. After his initial training in Florence, Pomarancio moved to Siena, where he painted an altarpiece of The Madonna and Child with Sts Anthony and Agatha and scenes from Ovid's Metamorphoses for Ippolito Agostini. By 1582 Pomarancio was in Rome. His first major commission, two frescoes for the Oratorio del Santissimo Crocifisso at San Marcello, illustrates events from the history of the confraternity. These frescoes, and fresco cycles depicting scenes from the Passion of Christ and the life of St Paul, respectively in the Mattei and Della Valle Chapels in Santa Maria in Aracoeli, are still heavily indebted to late sixteenth-century Mannerism.

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