Baldassarre De Caro (Naples, 1689- 1750) was an Italian painter of still lifes, mainly of hunted game, but also of flowers. The mood of his paintings is often morbid. According to his biographer Bernardo de' Dominici, he was a pupil of Andrea Belvedere, where he trained alongside Tommaso Realfonso, Gaspare Lopez, , and Nicola Casissa. There had been an active school of still life painting in Naples, starting with Porpora via Ruoppolo to Belvedere. De Caro was also influenced by Spanish Bodegones and Flemish painters, including Frans Snyders, David de Coninck, Jan Fyt and the Neapolitan resident Abraham Brueghel.
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