Andrea Casali  

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Andrea Casali (1705-1784) was an Italian painter of the Rococo period.

He was born at Civitavecchia, and is said to have been a pupil of Sebastiano Conca. He traveled to England in 1748, and stayed there for a two decades, and where he was a teacher to James Durno. Some sources claim a birthdate of 1720. He was also called the Chevalier . He remained in England till 1766, after which he lived for some years at Rome. He etched

    1. The Virgin and Child after Raphael.
    2. St. Edward the Martyr.
    3. Lucretia lamenting her fate.
    4. The Princess Gunhilda or Innocence Triumphant.




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