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Luigi Carboni (1540-1600) was an Italian painter of the late-Renaissance period, depicting mainly landscapes. Carboni was born in Marcianise in Campania, and moved to Rome where he worked under and learned from the Flemish Paul Bril. Grossi describes his landscapes as depicting:[1]

(the) flood of rivers, fall of lightning, the impetuous winds, the storms, and the lansdscapes granted with noble figures, amaze and delight the viewer...

References

Grossi, Giovanni Battista Gennaro (1820). Opuscoli storici su le arti, e professori dipendenti dal disegno ne'luoghi che oggi formano il regno di Napoli, Volume II. Tipografia del Giornale Enciclopedico, Strada San Biagio de'Librai, Palazzo della Riccia #39, Naples. p. 86-87.

Gl'inondamenti de' fiumi, le cadute de' fulmini, i venti impetuosi, le burrasche, e i suoi paesi accordati con nobili figurine, formano stupore, e diletto ai riguardanti..

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