Artists in biographies by Filippo Baldinucci

Filippo Baldinucci's Notizie de' Professori del Disegno, Da Cimabue in qua, Secolo V. dal 1610. al 1670. Distinto in Decennali (or "Notice of the Professors of Design, from Cimabue to now, from 1610-1670") was a major art biography of Baroque painters. Written by the erudite florentine professor of the "Accademia della Crusca", it is often verbose and rife with factual errors; however, it is a broad compendium of stories about generally contemporaneous Baroque painters. It is interesting to note dozens of Flemish and Dutch, including Rembrandt, painters were known to Baldinucci. The posthumous edition (1681) includes (in order of appearance in the text) and expanding list of artists:

Decennale II

*Giovanni da S. Giovanni; p. 1
*; p. 54
*Giovanni Bilivert; p. 68
*Fra Arsenio Mascagni (Donato Mascagni); p. 79
*Agostino Bugiardini; p. 83
*Astolfo Petrazzi ; p. 85
*Astasio Fontebuoni (Anastasio Fuontebuoni); p. 86
*Rutilio Manetti; p.92
*Gherardo Silvani; p. 93
*Jacopo Callot; p. 109
*:Artists from the low countries
*:Francesco Snyders; p. 120
*:Guglielmo de Nicolant; p. 120
*: Adamo Willaerts; p. 120
*:Gasparo Cleayer (Caspar de Crayer); p. 120
*:Rolando Saveri (Roelant Savery); p. 121
*:Enrico Van der Borcht (Hendrik van der Borcht the elder); p. 121
*Jacopo Ernesto Thoman de Hagelstein; p. 121
*Giovanni Stefano Marucelli; p. 122
*Giovanno Coccapani; p. 123
*Sigismondo Coccapani; p. 132
* Chiarisimo d'Antonio Fancelli; p. 136
*Orazio Mochi; p. 137
*Raffaello Curradi; p. 138
*Ottavio Vannini; p. 141
*Giovanni Lanfranco; p 151
*:Artists from Genoa and its territories
*:Sinibaldo Scorza; p. 154
*:Giovanni Andrea Ansaldo; P. 156
*:Bernardo Strozzi;p. 157
*:Giovanni Maria Bottala; p. 159
*:Luciano Di Silvestro Bolzone; p. 159
*:Giovambatista Capellino (Giovanni Domenico Capellino?) p. 161

Decennale III

*:Fra Giovanni Battista Stefaneschi; p. 163
*Monsu Giusto Subtermans (Giustus Sustermans); p. 167
*Michelangelo Cerquozzi; p. 189
*:Artists from Low Countries
*:Adriano van Utrecht (Adriaen); p. 197
*:Gio. Guglielmo Bawr, (Johann Wilhelm Baur, Strabourg) ; p. 197
*:Niccola Canupfer, (Nikolaus Knüpfer) ; p. 197
*:Jacopo di Giordano or Giacomo Giordans (Jacob Jordaens) ; p. 197
*:Baldasarr Gerbier, (Balthazar Gerbier) ; p. 197
*:Lionardo Bramer ; p. 197
*:Adriano de Bie (Adriaen de Bie); p. 198
*:Adriano Vander Venne, (Adriaen van de Venne) ; p. 198
*:Gheraldo Honthorst (Gerard van Honthorst) ; p. 198
*:Pietro Snayers (Pieter Snayers) ; p. 198
*:Jacopo Vrancqaert ; p. 198
*Francesco Lauri ; p. 199
*Francesco Rustici; p. 200
*Snyders D'Anversa, (Frans Snyders); p. 201
*Giovambatista Vanni; (Giovanni Battista Vanni); p. 201
*Cesare Dandini ; p. 210
*Felice Ficherelli ; p. 219
* Filippo Uffembach ; p. 226
*Orazio Riminaldi ; p. 227
*Andrea Camassei ; p. 228
*Mario Balassi; p. 233
*Cornelio Bloemaert; p. 238
*Stefano della Bella ; p. 242
*Giovanni Gonelli ; p. 253
*Francesco Furini ; p. 258
*Girolamo Curti ; p. 267
*Cav. Gio. Francesco Barbieri, (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri)
* Angiol Michele Colonna ; p. 276
*Antonio Vandich (Anthony Van Dyck) ; p. 279
*Francesco Diquesnoy (Francesco Duquesnoy) ; p. 283
*Agostino Metelli ; p. 286
*:Artists from the city of Venice and its territories
*:Cavaliere Carlo Ridolfi ; p. 289
*: Marc'Antonio Bassetti (Verona) ; p. 292
*:Tommaso Sandrino (Brescia); p. 292
*:Piero Damini, (Pietro Damini, Castelfranco); p. 293
*:Filippo Zaniberti (Brescia); p. 293
*:Matteo Ingoli (Ravenna) ; p. 294
*:Francesco Zugni, (Francesco Zugno, Brescia) ; p. 294
*: Giovambatista Brisone (Padua) ; p. 295
*:Tiberio Tinelli
*Niccolo Possino (Nicolas Poussin) ; p. 297
*:Artists from Genoa or Liguria
*: Giovambatista Carlone ; p. 303
*:Giovacchino Axereto (Gioacchino Assereto) ; p. 304

Decennale IV

*Angiol Maria Colomboni (Angelo Maria Coloboni); p. 305
*Cosimo Lotti; p.306
*Baccio del Bianco; p. 311
*Alfonso Parigi; p. 332
*Alessandro Algardi; p. 235
*Pellegrino Piola; p. 338
*Antonio Novelli; p. 339
*Claudio Gellee; p. 353
*Pietro Ricchi; p. 360
*Pietro Paolino; p. 364
*Cav. Giovanni Miel (Jan Miel); p. 366
*Cav. Francesco Borromino; p. 370
*:Painters from low countries
*:Jacopo Backer (Jacob Adriensz Backer); p. 375
*:Giovanni Van Hoeck, (Jan van de Hoeck); p. 375
*:Andriano Van Nieulaht (Adriaen van Nieulandt the younger); p. 375
*:David Beck; p,376
*: Teodoro Rombouts; p. 376
*:Tommaso Willeborts Bossaert (Thomas Bosschaert Willeboirts); p. 376
*:Buonaventura di Piero; p. 376
*:Francesco Wouters (Jean Francois de Wouters); p. 376
*: Andrick Andriesens; p. 376
*: David Teniers il Giovane; p. 376
*:Ruberto Van Hoeck (Robert van den Hoecke); p. 376
*:Gio Batista Van-Heil (Jan Baptist van Heil); p. 377
*:Pietro Meert (Pieter Meert); p. 377
*:Giovanni Vanden-Heckc, (Jan van den Hoecke); p. 377
*:Carlo da Savoia; p. 377
*:Giovanni Meyssens (Jan Meyssens); p. 377
*:Gasparo de Wit; (Gaspar de Witte) p. 377
*:Paolo de Ponte; p. 377
*:Pietro de Jode (Pieter de Jode II); p. 378
*:Leone Van-Heil (Leo van Heil); p. 378
*:Pietro Verbrugghen (Pieter Verbrugghen I); p. 378
*:Simone Bosboon; p. 378
*:Vincislao Hollar (Wenceslas Hollar); p. 378
*:Artu Chellini (Artus Quellinus I); p. 378
*: Geraldo Segiers; p. 378
*:Giovani Bylort; p. 378
*:Cornelio Poulenbourgh (Cornelis van Poelenburgh); p. 378
*:Erasmo Chellino (Erasmus Quellinus II); p. 378
*:Giovanni Corsiers; p. 379
*:David Bally (David Bailey; p. 379
*:Erasmo Saftleven; p. 379
*:Giovanni Van Brochorst (Jan Gerritsz van Bronkhorst); p. 379
*:Abramo Van Diepenbecck; p. 379
*:Pietro Danckerse de Ry (Peter Danckerts de Rij); p. 379
*:Daniello Van-Heil (Daniel van Heil); p. 379
*:Cornelio Janssens (Cornelis Janssens van Ceulen); p. 379
*:Jacopo di Artese; p. 379
*:Jacopo Wan Campen (Jacob van Campen); p. 380

Decennale V

*Baldassare Franceschini; p 381
*:Painters from the low countries
*:Daniel Segiers (Daniel Seghers; p. 415
*:Jacopo Van Es (Jacob Fopsen van Es); p. 415
*:Pietro Van Lint (Peter van Lint); p. 415
*:David Ryckaert (David Ryckaert II); p. 416
*:Gonsalo Coques (Gonzales Coques); p. 416
*:Niccola de Helt Stocade (Nicolaes van Helt Stockade); p. 416
*:Giovambatista Van Deynum (Jan Baptist Deynum); p. 416
*:Giorgio Van Son (Joris van Son); p. 416
*:Giovanni Van Ckesselles; p. 416
*:Errico Berckmans; p. 416
*:Gian Filippo Van Thielen (Jan Philips van Thielen; p. 417
*:Giovanni Peters (or Pietri); p. 417
*Padre Jacopo Cortesi; p. 417 (Guillaume Courtois?)
*Alfonso Boschi; p. 426
*Prete Francesco Boschi; p. 428
*Lorenzo Lippi; p. 450
*Roberto Nantevil; p. 461
*Gasparo Dughet; p. 473
*Reimbrond Vainrein (sic); p. 476, (Rembrandt Van Rijn)
*Pietro Testa; p. 479
*Guobert Flynk; p. 484
*Cav. Carlo Rainaldi
*Carlo Dolci; p. 491
*Eberhart Keilhau (Monsù Bernardo); p. 510
*Ercole Ferrata; p. 516
*Pierfrancesco Silvani; p. 528
*:Artist from Genoa
*:Francesco Merano (il Paggio); p. 532
*:Giovambatista Bajardo; p. 533
*: Giovambattista Mainero; p. 533
*:Giovampaolo Oderico; p. 533
*:A. Silvestro Chiesa; p. 534
*: Giovambatista Monti; p. 534
*:Orazio da Voltri; p. 534
*:Gio. Benedetto Castiglione; p. 534 (Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione)
*: Anton Maria Vassallo; p. 535
*:Valerio Castello; p. 535
*:Giulio Benso; p. 536
*:Antonio Travi, also Antonio da Sestri; p. 536
*:Piero Andrea Torre; p. 537
*:Domenico Fiasella da Sarzana; p. 537
*:Giovanni Andrea de' Ferrari; p. 538
*:Francesco Capuro; p. 539
*:Stefano Magnasco; p. 539
*:Pier Maria Groppallo; p. 539
*Gio. Franc. Romanelli; p. 540
*Salvatore Rosa; p.553
*Teodoro Helmbrecker (or Elmbrecker, Haarlem); p. 592
*Livio Mehus
*Diacinto Brandi (sic) (Giacinto Brandi); p. 613
*Francesco Allegrini; p. 614
*Ottaviano Jannella; p. 616

Decennale VII and Part II

*Matteo Withoos (Matthias Withoos); p. 622
*David Coninche (Antwerp); p. 623
* Pietro Boel; p. 624
* Pietro van Bredael; p. 624
* Francesco Spierre (Nancy); p. 625
*Cavalieri Fra Mattio Preti; p. 633

External links

*cite book | first= Filippo|last= Baldinucci| year=1728| title=Notizie de' Professori del Disegno, Da Cimabue in qua, Secolo V. dal 1610. al 1670. Distinto in Decennali (or "Notice of the Professors of Design, from Cimabue to now, from 1610-1670")| editor = | pages= | publisher= Stamperia S.A.R. per li Tartini, e Franchi (Googlebooks entry)| id= | url=http://books.google.com/books?id=zVQGAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA1&dq=baldinucci#PPA153,M1 | authorlink=


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