Carlo Cesare Giovannini

Carlo Cesare Giovannini (1695 in Parma – 1758) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.

He was the son of Giacomo Giovannini, a Bolognese painter. He moved in 1723 to Bologna and trained with Marcantonio Franceschini. In Gaulandi's Memorie, there is a testament he gave asserting the Raphael painting in Parma was genuine.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Memorie originali italiane risguardanti le belle arti, Volume 1, 1846, by Michelangelo Gualandi, M.G., page 25-29.