Cesare Ripa  

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Iconologia  (1593) by Cesare Ripa was an emblem book highly influential on Baroque imagery
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Cesare Ripa (c. 1560 - c. 1622) was an Italian aesthetician who worked for Cardinal Anton Maria Salviati as a cook and butler.

Not much is known about his life. He was born in Perugia and died in Rome. After the death of the cardinal, Ripa worked for his relatives. He was knighted after publishing a highly successful emblem book called Iconologia, which he wrote in his free time.

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