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Luigi Agricola

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Nationality  Italian
Died  1821, Rome, Italy
Known for  Painting
Movement  Neoclassicism
Period  Neoclassicism
Children  Filippo Agricola
Luigi Agricola
Born  circa 1750Rome, Italy
Education  Professor of Accademia di San Luca
Similar  Filippo Agricola, Antonio Canova, Michelangelo

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.

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