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Ercole Procaccini the Elder (1520 – 1595) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, mainly active in Milan. He was born in Bologna. He painted an Annunciation for the church of San Benedetto, a Conversion of St. Paul and a Christ in the Garden for San Giacomo Maggiore, a St. Michael defeating the rebel Angels for San Bernardo, and a Deposition from the Cross for the church of Santo Stefano. Ercole established an academy at Milan, which became celebrated in his time, and, besides his own sons (Carlo Antonio, Giulio Cesare and Camillo turned out distinguished artists of the Milan school. The painter Ercole Procaccini the Younger was Carlo Antonio's son.

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  • Ercole Procaccini, gen. „der Ältere“ (auch: Percaccini, Percacino, Perchacino, Precaccino; getauft am 23. Februar 1520 in Bologna; † 13. Januar 1595 in Mailand) war ein italienischer Maler des Manierismus und Begründer einer Künstlerfamilie, zu denen seine Söhne Camillo (1561–1629), Carlo Antonio (* 1571) und Giulio Cesare Procaccini (1574–1625) sowie sein Enkel Ercole Procaccini d. J. (* 1605) gehörten. Zentren seiner Aktivität waren Bologna und Parma. (de)
  • Ercole Procaccini the Elder (1520 – 1595) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, mainly active in Milan. He was born in Bologna. He painted an Annunciation for the church of San Benedetto, a Conversion of St. Paul and a Christ in the Garden for San Giacomo Maggiore, a St. Michael defeating the rebel Angels for San Bernardo, and a Deposition from the Cross for the church of Santo Stefano. Ercole established an academy at Milan, which became celebrated in his time, and, besides his own sons (Carlo Antonio, Giulio Cesare and Camillo turned out distinguished artists of the Milan school. The painter Ercole Procaccini the Younger was Carlo Antonio's son. (en)
  • Ercole Procaccini, el Viejo (Bolonia, bautizado el 23 de febrero de 1520 - Milán, 13 de enero de 1595), pintor manierista italiano, fue el patriarca de una familia de famosos artistas, activos principalmente en Milán. (es)
  • Ercole Procaccini il Vecchio (Bologna, 1515 – 1595) è stato un pittore italiano del periodo manierista. (it)
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  • Ercole Procaccini, gen. „der Ältere“ (auch: Percaccini, Percacino, Perchacino, Precaccino; getauft am 23. Februar 1520 in Bologna; † 13. Januar 1595 in Mailand) war ein italienischer Maler des Manierismus und Begründer einer Künstlerfamilie, zu denen seine Söhne Camillo (1561–1629), Carlo Antonio (* 1571) und Giulio Cesare Procaccini (1574–1625) sowie sein Enkel Ercole Procaccini d. J. (* 1605) gehörten. Zentren seiner Aktivität waren Bologna und Parma. (de)
  • Ercole Procaccini the Elder (1520 – 1595) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, mainly active in Milan. He was born in Bologna. He painted an Annunciation for the church of San Benedetto, a Conversion of St. Paul and a Christ in the Garden for San Giacomo Maggiore, a St. Michael defeating the rebel Angels for San Bernardo, and a Deposition from the Cross for the church of Santo Stefano. Ercole established an academy at Milan, which became celebrated in his time, and, besides his own sons (Carlo Antonio, Giulio Cesare and Camillo turned out distinguished artists of the Milan school. The painter Ercole Procaccini the Younger was Carlo Antonio's son. (en)
  • Ercole Procaccini, el Viejo (Bolonia, bautizado el 23 de febrero de 1520 - Milán, 13 de enero de 1595), pintor manierista italiano, fue el patriarca de una familia de famosos artistas, activos principalmente en Milán. (es)
  • Ercole Procaccini il Vecchio (Bologna, 1515 – 1595) è stato un pittore italiano del periodo manierista. (it)
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  • Ercole Procaccini d. Ä. (de)
  • Ercole Procaccini the Elder (en)
  • Ercole Procaccini (es)
  • Ercole Procaccini il Vecchio (fr)
  • Ercole Procaccini il Vecchio (it)
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