Giovanni Maria Morandi - A Processional Feast with Musicians and People in Costume, a Woman on a Horse at the Centre
A Processional Feast with Musicians and People in Costume, a Woman on a Horse at the Centre
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Giovanni Maria Morandi (Florence 1622 - Rome 1717)

Giovanni Maria Morandi (1622-1717) was an Italian painter, mainly active in Rome and his natal city of Florence, but also Venice.

In Rome, he painted numerous altarpieces, including the Death of Mary in the church of Santa Maria della Pace, but also works in Santa Maria in Vallicella and Santa Maria del Popolo. He painted an Annunciation for the church of Santa Maria della Scala in Siena. Among his pupils was Odoardo Vicinelli.

Collections
Works by Morandi are held in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, amongst other collections.