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DANIELE da Volterra   (b. 1509, Volterra, d. 1566, Roma) Nationality : Italian

Daniele da Volterra (originally Daniele Ricciarelli), Italian painter, stuccoist and sculptor. He was called Volterra from the place of his birth. He formed a friendship with Michelangelo, who assisted whim with commissions, and with ideas and suggestions, especially for his series of paintings in one of the chapels of the Trinita dei Monti. By an excess of praise, his greatest picture, the Descent from the Cross, was at one time grouped with the Transfiguration of Raphael and the Last Communion of Domenichino, as the most famous pictures in Rome. His principal work was the Murder of the Innocents, which he painted for the Church of St. Peter at Volterra now in the Uffizi Gallery, Florence.

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