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The fact that he was not in the centre of the cultural world did not stop Barocci from wielding decisive influence, thanks also to the way that he stuck exactly to the Counter-Reformation's tenets on religious art drawn up at the Council of Trent. His compositions had a simple and direct fluidity and included touching details from everyday life. This did not, however, stop him from attempting more ambitious compositions from time to time, such as The Madonna del Popolo (The Virgin of the People) .
Florence, Italy, Florence, Italy : Pieve in Arezzo, Style: Italian Mannerist, School: Mannerist, Movement: Mannerism, Florentine, Painting;, Painting
Style: Italian Mannerist; School: Mannerist; Movement: Mannerism; Florentine; Painting;
Florence, Italy; Florence, Italy : Pieve in Arezzo
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Unknown, "Madonna of the People (detail) Virgin of the people" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 2609.