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Alessandro Turchi By 1616, Turchi traveled to Rome and participated in the fresco decoration depicting the "Gathering of Manna" for the Sala Reggia of the Quirinal Palace, and painting a "Christ, Magdalen, and Angels" for cardinal Scipione Borghese. In competition with Andrea Sacchi and Pietro da Cortona, he painted some pictures in the church of Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini. In 1619, he sent an altarpiece of the "40 martyrs" for the Chapel of the Innocents in the church of Santo Stefano, Verona, to hang next to paintings by Pasquale Ottino and Marcantonio Bassetti. He also painted a "Flight into Egypt" for the church of San Romualdo, Rome; a "Holy Family" for San Lorenzo in Lucina; and a "San Carlo Borromeo" in San Salvatore in Lauro. He was much employed on cabinet pictures, representing historical subjects, which he frequently painted on black marble. Among his pupils, Giovanni Ceschini and Giovanni Battista Rossi (il Gobbino), practiced in Verona, the former painting copies of his master's works, which were often taken for originals.
Alessandro Turchi His sister married Giacinto Gimignani. In 1623, Turchi married Lucia San Giuliano. In 1637, with the sponsorship of the cardinal Francesco Barberini, he became Principe or director of the Accademia di San Luca. In 1638, he joined the papal guild of artists, called the Pontifical Academy of Fine Arts and Letters of the Virtuosi al Pantheon. He died in Rome.
Alessandro Turchi Alessandro Turchi (1578 – 22 January 1649) was an Italian painter of the early Baroque, born and active mainly in Verona, and moving late in life to Rome. He also went by the name Alessandro Veronese or the nickname "L'Orbetto".
Alessandro Turchi Turchi initially trained with Felice Riccio ("il Brusasorci") in Verona. By 1603, he was working as independent painter, and in 1606-1609, Turchi painted the organ shutters for the Accademia Filarmonica of Verona. When Brusasorci died in 1605, Turchi and his fellow painter Pasquale Ottino completed a series of their deceased master's canvases. In 1610, he completed an "Assumption" altarpiece for the church of San Luca of Verona. In 1612, the Veronese Guild of the Goldsmiths commissioned from Turchi an altarpiece, today lost, of the "Madonna and Saints". On leaving the school of Riccio, he went to Venice, where he worked for a time under Carlo Cagliari.
Alessandro Turchi For the Count Giangiacomo Giusti, in 1620 he paints an "Allegory of Fame between Mercury and Pallas Athena" and three canvases of "Faith", "Hope", and "Charity". In 1621 executes for French cardinal François de Sourdis the "Resurrection of Christ", now in the cathedral of Sant'Andrea of Bordeaux, and sends the "Adoration of the Magi" for the Gherardini family in Verona. By 1621, he had completed a painting of "San Carlo Borromeo and the Madonna in Glory" for San Salvatore in Lauro in Rome. Documents from 1629, indicate Turchi was paid 110 scudi for painting "St. Anthony of Padua" for the Farnese Palace at Caprarola. In 1632, an inventory of the Palazzo Mattei di Giove, records a "Saint Marta and Maria Madalena" and a "Samaritan Women" by Turchi. There is a painting titled "Hope" by Turchi in the Detroit Institute of Art.
Gherardini family According to art historians, the Gherardinis supported Alessandro Turchi, called l'Orbetto, who they commissioned many works of art to.
Giovanni Ceschini Giovanni Ceschini (active Verona, circa 1590-1640) was an Italian painter active in Verona. He trained under Alessandro Turchi.
Palazzo Barbieri The interiors contain a large canvas (1595) by Felice Brusasorzi depicting the victory of the Veronese over Benacensi in the year 829. Others who worked in the studio or contributed were Alessandro Turchi, Pasquale Ottino, and Sante Creara.
Santo Lorenzo, Verona An inventory from 1750, noted the left of the altar was a copy of Raphael's "Virgin and Child with Saints John the Baptist, Joseph, and Anne". The church also had paintings by Alessandro Turchi (L'Orbetto) and Matteo Brida.
Biblioteca Comunale Ariostea The reading room of the library, was founded in 1750. The bookshelves and interior architecture were by Gaetano Barbieri, and the ceiling was decorated by Giuseppe Facchinetti, Giacomo Filippi and Alessandro Turchi.