Luca Giordano – Neopolitan Baroque

Luca Giordano, (born Oct. 18, 1634, Naples—died Jan. 3, 1705, Naples), the most celebrated and prolific Neapolitan painter of the late 17th century. His nickname Luca Fa Presto (“Luca, Work Quickly”) is said to derive from his painter-copyist father’s admonitions, which were certainly heeded.

His other nickname, Proteus, was acquired as a result………..read more at:  

Luca Giordano biography on britannica.com
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Phineas and his Companions Turned to Stone by Perseus c. 1680
Luca Giordano, Prometheus - Luca Giordano / Prometheus -
Prometheus by Luca Giordano c. 1650 – 1660
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Hercules and Omphale by Luca Giordano c. 1680

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