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ZANCHI Antonio (b. 1631, Este, d. 1722, Venezia) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter. His first teacher was Giacomo Pedrali, whose influence, however, is not discernible in Zanchi's work. At an early age he travelled to Venice to study under Matteo Ponzone . The latter's style, which was influenced by Tintoretto, played a limited role in his development; the influence of Francesco Ruschi, originally from Rome and also active in Venice, Vicenza and Treviso, was more important during the artist's formative years. The plasticity of the figures and the hard, almost metallic fall of the folds in the drapery that characterize his first known works, a series of etched frontispieces for opera librettos, are certainly indebted to Ruschi.

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