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Giovanni Camillo Sagrestani (1660–1731) was an Italian painter of the Baroque era.

A native of Florence, he was a follower of the style of Carlo Cignani. His major pupil was Matteo Bonechi (1672–1726) and Giovanni Battista Ranieri del Pace. Four canvases attributed to Sagrestani can be found in the church of Santa Maria della Fraternità in Foiano della Chiana. He also executed works in the church of San Frediano in Cestello, in the Oltrarno district of Florence. Paintings in the church of SS. Annunziata in San Giovanni Valdarno are attributed to Sagrestani. An Assumption of the Virgin is found in Nancy, France [1]. Among his pupils was Giuseppe Moriani.

References

Wittkower, Rudolf (1980). Art and Architecture Italy, 1600-1750. Penguin Books. pp. 469–470.
Tassi, Roberto, Chiesa di Santa Maria de’ Ricci già Madonna de’ Ricci..., c1998

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