Milani, Giulio Cesare
Milani, Giulio Cesare a Bolognese painter, who was born in 1621, executed many works for the churches in Bologna and the adjacent cities. His finest productions are the Marriage of the Virgin, in the church of St. Giuseppe; St. Antonio di Padova, in St. Maria del Costello; and a Holy Family, at the Lervi. According to Lanzi, "he was the most eminent of Torre's disciples, and was rather admired in the churches of Bologna, and extolled in many adjacent states." He died in 1678. See Lanzi, History of Painting, transl. by Roscoe (Lond. 1847, 3 volumes, 8vo), 3:107; Spooner, Biog. History of the Fine Arts (N.Y. 1865, 2 volumes, 8vo).