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1522 ca1579, Feb 5
a North Italian painter of the Late Renaissance period. Best known for his elegantly realistic portraits of the local nobility and clergy, he is considered one of the great portrait painters of sixteenth century Italy. His output of religious paintings, destined for a less sophisticated audience in the local sub-Alpine valleys, was smaller and less successful. Moroni was engaged upon a Last Judgment in the church of Gorlago, when he died. Overall, his style in these paintings shows influences of his master, Lorenzo Lotto, and Girolamo Savoldo.
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