Bisciano Bartolomeo

Bisciano Bartolomeo a Genoese painter, was born in 1632, and studied under his father, Gio. Andrea Bisciano, and afterwards under Valerio Castelli. At twenty-five years of age he had executed many fine works, but his career was cut short by the plague which visited Genoa in the year 1651. The following are some of his principal works: Moses in the Bulrushes; Susanna and the Elders; The Nativity: The Circumcision; The Wise Men's Offering; The Virgin Adoring the Infant Jesus; St. Joseph with the Infant Jesus.

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