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Name: Silvestro Valeri
Dates: (1814 - 1902)
Nationality: Italian
Biography: Born in Rome, Silvestro Valeri studied there with Tommaso Minardi (1787-1871) at the Academy of Saint Luke. His first important patron was Prince Filippo Doria, who commissioned a San Primo for the Church of Santa Maria in Via Lata and Il Precepio for San Pietro delle Valle. In addition to numerous mural projects in churches and convents in Rome and Todi, Valeri painted portraits and genre subjects.

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Highlighted Work: Silvestro Valeri (Standing Woman)
Standing Woman
 
 
 
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