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Giacomo Gatti (born mid-18th century, died 1817) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque, active mainly in his native Mantua.


Biography

He was a pupil of Giovanni Cadioli (died 1767) at the Academy of Art in Mantua. He is best known for painting landscapes and ornament as decoration for frescoes. He worked in the house of Marchese Castiglioni in Mantua and his villa at Casatico.
References
Coddè, Pasquale (1837). Memorie biografiche poste in forma di dizionario dei pittori, scultori, architetti, ed incisori Mantovani. Fratelli Negretti, Mantua. p. 63.

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