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Paintings in the Steccata basilica of Parma

Giovanni Maria Conti, also called Giovanni dalla Camera (Parma, active 1617-1670) was an Italian painter active during the Baroque period in Parma.

BiographyEdit

He painted the monochrome decoration on the pilasters of the Sanctuary of the Steccata; worked in the church of the Cappuccine; Santa Maria del Quartiere; and Santa Croce. In the latter church, his fresco work was aided by Francesco Reti and Antonio Lombardi. He painted for the church of Sant'Alessandro and the Oratory of Sant'Ilario.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Dizionario biografico dei Parmigiani illustri o benemeriti nelle scienze ..., by Giovanni Battista Janelli, Genoa, 1877, page 124.