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Carlo Pellegrini (17th century painter)

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Carlo Pellegrini (1605–1649) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period

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He was born in Massa Carrara, Italy and trained in Rome under Bernini. Carlo was active in painting in the Grottoes beneath the Basilica of Basilica of St Peter's; designed the St Bernard mosaic portrait, collaboration with Giovanni Battista Calandra, in the former church; and painted a Conversion of Paul for the church of the Propagande Fide in Rome.


Another painter of the same name (1866–1937) won a gold medal at the 1912 Olympics.


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