Camillo Procaccini (Bologna, 1551 - Milan, August 21st, 1629) is an Italian painter the son of the painter Ercole Procaccini he Vecchio and the older brother of Giulio Cesare and Carlo Antonio, painters also.
BiographyHe belongs to a family of painters and, its birthplace, he leaves for Milan while following the count Pirro Visconti Borromeo, which entrusts work of the decoration to him of famous the Nymphée of the Villa Borromeo Visconti of Lainate.
Among his first works, since 1587, one will notice his frescos in the church San Prospero with Reggio of Emilie.
Its eclecticism integrates the émiliennes influences and Romans and it becomes, in the blossoming and the propagation of the baroque lombard, a guide for all the young painters who attends his workshop as Giovan Battista Discepoli where it makes its efforts for the application of the catholic principles of the Counter-Reformation in painting. (It produced nevertheless drawings on mythological subjects for the Milanese experts which appreciated it).
On a purely posthumous basis, it is described like the Vasari of Lombardy
- the triumph of Persée
- the Annunciation
- Assunzione di Maria , church Sant' Alessandro of Milan
- Frescos of the nave and the apse of the Dome with Piacenza (with Ludovico Carracci between 1605 and 1609)
- Fresco of the vault and the chorus of the church dei Santi Paolo E Barnaba in Milan (1625)
- Nativity , Sant' Alessandro in Zebedia of Milan, on commission of Federico Borromeo
- Nativity , to the Mont Crowned of Orta (transferred in the church dei Santi Nicolao E Francesco Al Assembles , for in preserving the integrity)
- San Carlo Borromeo during the plague , preserved in the parish church, Orta
- Cycle of fabrics, church of San Francesco to Tortona, on commission of Giustina Gasrofoli, bishop of Prospero Visconti, fabrics preserved today at the Tower Garofoli
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