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Benedetto Luti

 (1666 - 1724)
Benedetto Luti was active/lived in Italy.  Benedetto Luti is known for painting and sculpture.

Benedetto Luti

Benedetto Luti was employed by many of the leading Roman families of the day, including the Torri, Colonna, Pallavicini, Barberini, and Odescalchi, whilst also receiving the patronage of church leaders such as Pope Clement XI, Cardinal Ottoboni, Cardinal Augusto Fabbroni and Padre Cloche. 

The artist was among the painters selected to decorate the nave arcade of San Giovanni in Laterano, the most important papal commission in the first quarter of the century, for which Luti, in 1718, contributed the figure of Isaiah to the series of oval prophets. 

Although he never left Rome after his arrival in 1690, several of Luti's most celebrated works were executed for foreign nobility, notably Pal  ...  Displaying 750 of 1530 characters.

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About  Benedetto Luti

Born:  1666 - Florence, Italy
Died:   1724 - Rome, Italy
Known for:  painting and sculpture