Simone Cantarini

Madonna with the Child and St Francis of Assisi

Madonna with the Child and St Francis of Assisi
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Author: Simone Cantarini
Painting, Oil on canvas, 150.5x114.5 cm
Origin: Italy, 17th century
Personage: Madonna and Child
Source of entry: Collection of Empress Josephine, Malmaison, 1815
School: Bologna
Theme: The Bible and Christianity

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Simone Cantarini (12 April 1612 – 15 October 1648), also known as Simone da Pesaro, was an Italian painter and etcher of the Bolognese School of painting.
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