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Andrea Seghizzi Wikipedia
Andrea Seghizzi (17th century) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Bologna.
Seghizzi was born in Bologna around 1630. He initially trained with Francesco Albani and Lucio Massari, but then worked alongside Francesco Brizio and then Francesco Gessi, mostly as a fresco artist. He helped decorate the palazzo Arcivescovile (Archbishop's palace) of Ravenna with Angelo Michele Colonna. Then joined a team with Girolamo Curti and Colonna in Parma. In Bologna, he painted in Villa di Riolo for the Grimaldi and some rooms for the Count Cornelio Malvasia, from the family of the Bolognese art historian Cesare Malvasia. He is also called Sghizzi