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Michelangelo Merisi, detto Caravaggio - Seven works of mercy
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Giovanni Battista Caracciolo, detto Battistello - The liberation of St. Peter
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Luca Giordano - Jacob's meeting with Rachel
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Mattia Preti - Do not touch me
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Francesco De Mura - Rest in Egypt
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Francesco De Mura - Terror scene
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Equestrian portrait of Leonardo di Tocco
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Francesco De Mura - Stories of San Benedetto
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 Heptagonal Cabinet Table
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Adoration of the Magi
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Giovanni Baglione - Burial of Christ
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Jusepe de Ribera - Sant'Antonio Abate
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Massimo Stanzione - Sant'Agnese and Sant'Apollonia
Michelangelo Merisi, detto Caravaggio - Seven works of mercy
Giovanni Battista Caracciolo, detto Battistello - The liberation of St. Peter
Luca Giordano - Jacob's meeting with Rachel
Mattia Preti - Do not touch me
Francesco De Mura - Rest in Egypt
Francesco De Mura - Terror scene
Equestrian portrait of Leonardo di Tocco
Francesco De Mura - Stories of San Benedetto
 Heptagonal Cabinet Table
Adoration of the Magi
Giovanni Baglione - Burial of Christ
Jusepe de Ribera - Sant'Antonio Abate
Massimo Stanzione - Sant'Agnese and Sant'Apollonia

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With the typical proud characters of the official portraiture of the eighteenth century, this painting, executed by the Genoese painter active in Naples in the twenties of the eighteenth century, was conceived as a counterpart to the equestrian portrait painted by Beltrano; in fact the character depicted, this time on a rearing horse, is a descendant of Carlo di Tocco. Leonardo, Prince of Acaja and Montemiletto, Vicar General of the Further Principality for Charles of Bourbon in the mid-18th century. This painting also comes from the collection of the CapeceGaleota Dukes, descendants of the di Tocco family, which merged into the Pio Monte della Misericordia collections thanks to the Carelli - CapeceGaleota donation in 1933.


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