1821, Rome, Italy
| circa 1750Rome, Italy|
Professor of Accademia di San Luca
Filippo Agricola, Antonio Canova, Michelangelo
Luigi Agricola Wikipedia
Luigi Agricola (c. 1750 – 1821 or after) was an Italian painter active in Rome.
He also worked with jewelry. He painted a St. Michael the Archangel for the Academy of St Luke in Rome, where he was a professor. He painted an altarpiece of St Elizabeth, Queen of Portugal for the church of Sant'Antonio dei Portoghesi. Another painter by the same name (1667-1712), originally from Ratisbon, was active in landscape painting in the mid-17th century, settling down in Venice.