CONSTANTINI, Ermenegildo
(b. 1731, Roma, d. 1791, Roma)

Biography

Italian painter, active in Rome, Velletri, Recanati and Città di Castello. He was a pupil of Marco Benefial (1684-1764). He contributed to the decoration of the Palazzo Borghese in Rome. He painted frescoes at the Chapel of the SS Sacramento at Velletri, and at the gallery of the Palazzo Antici in Recanati. He made an altarpiece with a copy of a San Nicola da Tolentino by Raphael, now in the Pinacoteca Comunale, Città di Castello.



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