1584, Feb 191664 ca
an Italian painter of the early-Baroque period, active in Spain. In 1625 Nardi had acquired sufficient fame to obtain the post of painter to the King, he held without salary until 1631, when the allowance of 6000 maravedis was assigned him. He was one of the most active supporters of Vincente Carducho, in his contest with the tax-collectors. He painted in a late mannerist style of Paolo Veronese.
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