American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Domenichino 1581-1641. Italian painter of the baroque eclectic school who is noted for his religious and mythological works, including several frescoes of Saint Cecilia.
“Domenico Zampieri, commonly called Domenichino, was another Bolognese painter, and another eminent scholar of the Carracci.”
“Annunciation by Domenichino, which is a beautiful piece.”
“He also believes two later Renaissance artists, Annibale Carracci and 'Domenichino', knew of the Michelangelo model and paid homage to it in paintings they produced in the 1600s.”
“Virtues, "by Domenichino, which is in the church of San Carlo ai”
“One particularly worth a visit is the cathedral of San Gennaro, with frescoes by Domenichino and Giovanni Lanfranco, among others.”
“By contrast, the black - and white-chalk drawing of a "Head of a Bearded Old Man" by Domenichino (mid-1620s) avoids a strong outline, achieving the fully rounded features of a sage by hatching alone, creating the effect of a profoundly moving facial expression emerging from the texture of the paper itself.”
“However due to Professor Denis Mahon Studies in Seicento Art and Theory, 1947 he is now probably known better as an art theorist and historian and friend and patron of Domenichino as well as a major influence on the Carraccis.”
“Monsignor Agucchi (1570-1632) was a friend of the Bolognese painters: Ludovico, Agostino and Annibale Carracci as well as Domenichino (1581-1641).”
“He wrote that Domenichino was "palpably incapable of doing anything good, great or right in any field, way, or kind, whatsoever.”
“He was also influenced by the Bolognese artists Annibale Carracci and Domenichino, who evolved the balanced classical landscapes he used”
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