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Whereas Giovanni Baglione, in his Lives of 1642, included more than two hundred biographies of artists, Bellori's was a highly selective group of twelve: nine painters (Annibale and Agostino Carracci, Federico Barocci, Caravaggio, Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, Domenichino, Giovanni Lanfranco, and Nicolas Poussin), two sculptors (Francois Du Quesnoy and Alessandro Algardi), and one architect (Domenico Fontana).
s Biki sale in Milan last October, and the 'surprisingly good sale' of an altarpiece of the Crucifixion painted by Giovanni Lanfranco for the Viceroy of Spain in Naples around 1630, which fetched more than 700,000 [euro] in November 2003, despite having unusual dimensions and being subject to an export ban.
Another sizeable work from the same period, but one with greater drama, is a scene attributed to Giovanni Lanfranco.
Domenichino's collaborator and fellow-pupil of the Carracci, Giovanni Lanfranco, painter of fanciful Baroque ceilings, represents, on a smaller scale than he was used to, the intense gesticulant conversation between Christ and the woman of Samaria.