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Francesco Appiani


Francesco Appiani (1704-1792) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque period, active mainly in Rome and Perugia. He was a pupil of Domenico Simonetti. Among his works, are a Death of San Domenico painted for San Sisto Vecchio, and for works in both Perugia and Assisi. He also painted lunettes for a church of a Benedictine convent dedicated to fallen women. In the chapel was an altarpiece by his contemporary Sebastiano Conca. The vault was frescoed by Cesare Sermei and the high altar had a painting by Matteo Salvucci. The church is today a political meeting hall.

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