All Corrado Giaquinto 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
1474  Justice and Peace   Justice and Peace   1759-60 Museo del Prado, Madrid
30009 Birth of the Virgin  Birth of the Virgin   mk67 Oil on canvas 28 3/8x40 9/16in Uffizi,
70660 Justice and Peace  Justice and Peace   Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 216 x 325 cm
43284 Moses Striking the Rock  Moses Striking the Rock   mk170 1743-1744 Oil on canvas 136.5x95cm
79023 Portrait of Farinelli  Portrait of Farinelli   1753(1753) Medium Oil on canvas cyf
1475 Saints in Glory  S  Saints in Glory S   1755 Museo del Prado, Madrid
42055 The birth of the Virgin  The birth of the Virgin   mk166 1753 I Wave sbre cloth 72x103cm Uffizi, Florence
43283 The Brazen Serpent  The Brazen Serpent   mk170 1743-1744 Oil on canvas 136.5x95cm
66448 The Holy Spirit  The Holy Spirit   Oil on canvas 64 x 48 cm 1750s
68384 Tobias and the Angel  Tobias and the Angel   c. 1740 Oil on canvas 58 x 48 cm

Corrado Giaquinto
1703-1766 Italian Corrado Giaquinto Galleries He was born in Molfetta. As a boy he apprenticed with a modest local painter Saverio Porta, (c1667-1725), escaping the religious career his parents had intended for him. By October 1724, he left Molfetta, and along with his contemporaries Francesco de Mura (1696-1784) and Giuseppe Bonito (1707-1789), he trained from 1719-23 in the prolific Neapolitan studio of Francesco Solimena, either with Solimena or his pupil, Nicola Maria Rossi. Throughout his life, Giaquinto was a peripatetic painter, with long sojourns in Naples, Rome (between 1723-53), Turin (1733 and 1735-9), and Madrid (1753-1761). In 1723, he moved to Rome to work in the studio of Sebastiano Conca. He painted in San Lorenzo in Damaso, San Giovanni Calibita, and the ceiling at Santa Croce in Gerusalemme. In March 1727, with Giuseppe Rossi as an assistant, Giaquinto opened an independent studio near the Ponte Sisto, in the parish of Saint Giovanni of the Malva in Rome. In 1734, he married Caterina Silvestri Agate. The first documented work by his hand is Christ crucified with the Madonna, Saint John Evangelist, and Magdalene commissioned in 1730 by king John V of Portugal for the cathedral of the Mafra. In 1731, he received a prestigious commission, to execute frescoes in the church of San Nicola dei Lorenesi: Saint Nicholas water gush from cliff, three theologic and cardinal Virtues, and in the cupola Paradise. The latest restoration confirms Giaquinto stylistic independence from Solimena, and reveals his stylistic dependence on Luca Giordano.

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