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TURCHI Alessandro (b. 1578, Verona, d. 1649, Roma) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter called l'Orbetto, also known as Alessandro Veronese. He gained his nickname l'Orbetto from guiding his father who took to begging after becoming blind ('orbo' in Italian). Recorded in 1597 as a member of Felice Brusasorzi's studio, Alessandro worked in an idiom that reflected Veronese painting traditions, completing commissions for local churches after his master's death in 1605. The following year he was appointed to decorate the organ shutters of the Accademia Filharmonica, one of the city's most prestigious institutions, and soon became a member of this cultural elite as successor to Brusasorzi.

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