Sebastiano Ceccarini

Sebastiano Ceccarini (1703–1783), born in Fano, was an Italian Baroque painter. He was a student of Francesco Mancini and the teacher of his nephew Carlo Magini.

Ajaccio Ceccarini selfportrait

BiographyEdit

He painted in Rome during the papacy of Pope Clement XII, painting an altarpiece for a chapel the Quirinale, belonging to the Swiss. he retired with a stipend paid by the town of Fano.[1]

He painted an altarpiece, depicting the Madonna and Child with St Francis and St Sebastian and the Castle of Mondolfo in Background, for the church of San Sebastiano in Mondolfo.[2]

WorksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Degli uomini illustri di Urbino by Carlo Grossi, Pompeo Gherardi; Printer Giusepper Rondino Urbino (1856); page 264.
  2. ^ Marche Tourism office, entry on church.
  3. ^ Walters Art Museum