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ID: 500355249
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Record Type: Corporate Body
Bamboccianti (Dutch artists active in Rome, 17th century)

Note: A group of artists, primarily Dutch but also Flemish and German, who worked in Rome in the 17th century, specializing in scenes of everyday life as influenced by their leader, Pieter van Laer.

Names:
Bamboccianti (preferred,V,English-P,NA,U)
Bamboccianti (Italian-P,NA,U)

Nationalities:
Dutch (preferred)
Roman

Roles:
group (preferred)
artists

Gender: not applicable

Events:
active:   Rome (Roma province, Lazio, Italy) (inhabited place)

Related People or Corporate Bodies:
founded by ....  Laer, Pieter van  
..................  (Dutch painter and printmaker, 1599-ca. 1642) [500007565]
member was ....  Cerquozzi, Michelangelo  
..................  (Italian painter, 1602-1660) [500007713]
member was ....  Lingelbach, Johannes  
..................  (German painter, baptized 1622, died 1674, active in the Netherlands and Italy) [500005640]
member was ....  Miel, Jan  
..................  (Flemish painter, engraver, 1599-1664, active in Italy) [500009892]

List/Hierarchical Position:
 ....  Corporate Bodies
 ........  Bamboccianti (I)

Biographies:
(Dutch artists active in Rome, 17th century) ..... [VP Preferred]

Additional Names:

Sources and Contributors:
Bamboccianti ........ [VP Preferred]
...........................  Briganti et al, Bamboccianti: Painters of Everyday Life (1983)
...........................  Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms [online] (2008-)
...........................  Grove Art Online (2008-)
...........................  Oxford Companion to Western Art [online] (2008-)
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
.......... Grove Art Online (2008-)
.......... Oxford Companion to Western Art [online] (2008-) Helen Langdon, "Bamboccianti," accessed 13 May 2013
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