Tommaso Donini or Tommaso Dovini, called Il Caravaggino (Rome, 21 December 1601 - Rome, 21 March 1637) was an Italian painter active mainly in Rome. He was previously erroneously referred to as 'Tommaso Luini' as the 17th century artist biographer Giovanni Baglione referred to him as such in his Le Vite de’ Pittori of 1642. Donini painted altarpieces. He was a follower of Caravaggio.

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  • Tommaso Donini or Tommaso Dovini, called Il Caravaggino (Rome, 21 December 1601 - Rome, 21 March 1637) was an Italian painter active mainly in Rome. He was previously erroneously referred to as 'Tommaso Luini' as the 17th century artist biographer Giovanni Baglione referred to him as such in his Le Vite de’ Pittori of 1642. Donini painted altarpieces. He was a follower of Caravaggio. (en)
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  • Tommaso Donini or Tommaso Dovini, called Il Caravaggino (Rome, 21 December 1601 - Rome, 21 March 1637) was an Italian painter active mainly in Rome. He was previously erroneously referred to as 'Tommaso Luini' as the 17th century artist biographer Giovanni Baglione referred to him as such in his Le Vite de’ Pittori of 1642. Donini painted altarpieces. He was a follower of Caravaggio. (en)
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