Andrea Pasqualino Marini

Andrea Pasqualino Marini (c. 1660 - after 1712)[1] was an Italian painter active in the Marche region in a late-Baroque style.

BiographyEdit

He was born in Recanati, in the province of Macerata. He appears to have trained in Rome, either under Carlo Maratta or one of his pupils.[2] In Rome, he also helped decorate Sant'Andrea delle Fratte with frescoes.[3] Later in life, he returned to Recanati. In 1697 he painted a processional standard for the Confraternity of the Crucifix in Foligno.[4] He painted an altarpiece depicting San Carlo Borromeo for the church of San Filippo Neri, Recanati. He painted a Mystical Marriage of St Catherine for the church of Santa Maria di Castelnuovo in Recanati.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Cultura Italia Archived 2016-07-14 at the Wayback Machine, dates for artist.
  2. ^ Memorie storiche delle arti e degli artisti della Marca di Ancona, Volume 2, by Amico Ricci, page 364.
  3. ^ Noted in Giuseppe Vasi's Itinerary of Rome (1761).
  4. ^ Amico Ricci, page 364.
  5. ^ Guida di Recanati, by Vincenzo Spezioli, Comitato esecutivo per le onoranze centenarie a Giacomo Leopardi, page 53.