Scarsellino or Ippolito Scarsella (1550 (or 1551) - 28 October 1620) was an Italian Late-Renaissance - Mannerist painter of the School of Ferrara. He was born and died in Ferrara; however, he traveled and worked extensively across Italy, encountering many influences. He was born to an artist father, the less-talented Sigismondo Scarsella. Apparently he lived in Venice for 4 years around 1570, though it is not known if he was affiliated to a particular studio. His early works show the influences of various contemporary styles and painters including the venetian schools and locally Dosso Dossi. One of Scarsellino's pupils was Costanzo Cattani.

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  • Ippolito Scarsella, conocido como Scarsellino (Ferrara, 1550 - Ferrara, 28 de octubre de 1620), fue un pintor manierista italiano. (es)
  • Scarsellino ou Ippolito Scarsella (Ferrare, 1550 ou 1551 - Ferrare, 1620) est un peintre maniériste italien de l'école de Ferrare. (fr)
  • Scarsellino or Ippolito Scarsella (1550 (or 1551) - 28 October 1620) was an Italian Late-Renaissance - Mannerist painter of the School of Ferrara. He was born and died in Ferrara; however, he traveled and worked extensively across Italy, encountering many influences. He was born to an artist father, the less-talented Sigismondo Scarsella. Apparently he lived in Venice for 4 years around 1570, though it is not known if he was affiliated to a particular studio. His early works show the influences of various contemporary styles and painters including the venetian schools and locally Dosso Dossi. One of Scarsellino's pupils was Costanzo Cattani. A number of his works now are at the Galleria Borghese in Rome, The Bathing Venus, Diana and Endymion and Venus and Adonis. Scarsellino worked alongside the brothers Carracci in the Palazzo dei Diamanti in Ferrara. However, unlike the Carracci, Scarsellino's paintings have a decorative quality, and lack monumentality. World War II bombing of Dresden destroyed two of his paintings: Flight into Egypt and Holy Family at Work. (en)
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  • painter of the Italian Baroque (en)
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  • Ippolito Scarsella, conocido como Scarsellino (Ferrara, 1550 - Ferrara, 28 de octubre de 1620), fue un pintor manierista italiano. (es)
  • Scarsellino ou Ippolito Scarsella (Ferrare, 1550 ou 1551 - Ferrare, 1620) est un peintre maniériste italien de l'école de Ferrare. (fr)
  • Scarsellino or Ippolito Scarsella (1550 (or 1551) - 28 October 1620) was an Italian Late-Renaissance - Mannerist painter of the School of Ferrara. He was born and died in Ferrara; however, he traveled and worked extensively across Italy, encountering many influences. He was born to an artist father, the less-talented Sigismondo Scarsella. Apparently he lived in Venice for 4 years around 1570, though it is not known if he was affiliated to a particular studio. His early works show the influences of various contemporary styles and painters including the venetian schools and locally Dosso Dossi. One of Scarsellino's pupils was Costanzo Cattani. (en)
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