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Francesco Quaini (1611–1680) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.
Luigi Quaini (1643–1717) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.
He was born to a family of noble ancestry, but limited resources, in Bologna. His father's first name was Pompeo, and his mother, Maddalena Quaini.
He first learned the art of architectural perspective painting from his father, Francesco Quaini, a pupil of Agostino Mitelli. After some training with his father, he became a pupil of Guercino, then of Carlo Cignani (his cousin). There he met a fellow pupil, Marcantonio Franceschini. He became the brother-in-law of the latter, and collaborated with him in works at Bologna, Modena, Piacenza, Genoa and Rome. Franceschini supplied the figures and Quaini, the landscapes and architecture.
Mina became engaged to her current husband, cardiologist Eugenio Quaini, in 1981. They were married on 10 January 2006 in Lugano. She obtained Swiss citizenship in 1989. As required in that country, she took on her husband's last name and her legal name became Anna Maria Quaini. To her public, however, she still addresses herself as Mina Mazzini, also seen in her website's domain name.
Other artists include Giovanni Valesio; Flaminio Torre ("Virgin and Saints"); Giovanni Battista Fiorini; Antonio Crespi; Luigi Quaini; and Luigi Crespi. The sacristy, designed also by Bergonzoni, has paintings by Gaetano Gandolfi, Jacopo Alessandro Calvi, and sculptures by Giovanni Francesco Bezzi.
In Milan he wrote "Love, One Love" for Mina Maria Quaini that was released in May 2010 and reached the top of the charts in Italy. He wrote "Le Mama," performed by pre-pubescent teen Francesco Pugliese, a finalist in 2010 series of Italian TV talent show "Io Canto (I Sing)".
In Rome, he helped compose some of the designs for mosaics in the dome of St. Peter's Basilica. Quaini also completed several altarpieces, including a "Visitation" for the church of San Giuseppe at Bologna, a "Pietà" for the church in La Carità, and a "San Nicolò visited by the Virgin" for the church of San Niccolò.
Anna Maria Quaini (born 25 March 1940), known as Mina Mazzini or simply Mina, is an Italian singer. She was a staple of television variety shows and a dominant figure in Italian pop music from the 1960s to mid-1970s, known for her three-octave vocal range, the agility of her soprano voice, and her image as an emancipated woman.
In the church. the following are entombed: the jurist Paul Castro and his son Angelo, consistorial lawyer, his father served Girolamo Quaini professor of Scripture at the Studio, Count Emilio Raymond Strong Campolongo and doctors, and Jerome Olzignani Ottonello Pasino. The convent was home to Fra Paolo Sarpi.
Born in Bologna, he started as a pupil of the renowned quadratura master, Agostino Mitelli. Working together with Marcantonio Franceschini, In Bologna, Francesco painted in several public buildings, including the decoration of the Sala Farnese in the Palazzo Publico. He died at Bologna. His son Luigi Quaini also painted quadratura. Marcantonio Chiarini was one of his pupils.
He was a pupil of Carlo Cignani, with whom he worked on the frescoes in the Palazzo del Giardino in Parma (1678–1681). He worked closely for many years with his brother-in-law, Luigi Quaini, who also was the cousin of Cignani.
His massive program of historical and mythological scenes in the "Sala del Maggior Consiglio" of the Palazzo Ducale of Genoa (1701–1704) were destroyed by a fire in 1777. These had been completed with the help of Tommaso Aldrovandini, Quaini, and Antonio Meloni. In addition, his decorations of the pendentives and lunettes of the Piacenza Cathedral were removed in the late 19th century. He decorated the church of Corpus Domini (1688–1694) in Bologna.
Enrico also worked with Marcantonio Franceschini in the church of Corpus Domini and in the Palazzo Marescotti. In November of 1661, he worked for the duke of Modena for one year, where he was paid a stipend of 130 lire per month. Again in 1696, he worked with Franceschini and Luigi Quaini in completing frescoes for the main hall of the Ducal Palace of Modena. Haffner worked with Giovanni Antonio Burrini in Santi Giovanni Battista dei Celestini. Enrico worked with Giovanni Gioseffo dal Sole in the Palazzo Bianconcini.
The ceiling of the central nave has a "Vision of San Gaetano" (1667) by Angelo Michele Colonna and Giacomo Alboresi. The second altar on the right has a "San Carlo Borromeo at the cemetery of Varallo" (1614) by Ludovico Carracci. The 4th altar on right has an "Annunciation" (of the Beautiful Angel) (1632) by Francesco Albani and he also painted the lateral wall frescoes (1633) depicting a "Nativity" and "Dream of Joseph". In the ceiling of transept is depicted a "Glory of San Stefano" (1695) by Giovanni Antonio Burrini and Marcantonio Chiarini. The apse has a depiction of the "Martyrdom of San Bartolomeo" and "Two Miracles of the Saint", 1685 frescoes by Marcantonio Franceschini and Luigi Quaini. The cupola (1691) was decorated by Giuseppe and Antonio Rolli. The chapel of the left transept has a "Beato Paolo Buralli" (1772) by Ubaldo Gandolfi and a small "Madonna with sleeping Jesus" (1632) by
He initially trained with a little-known painter, Barlamo Castellini, but soon moved to work with the team of Giacomo Antonio Mannini and Marcantonio Chiarini. In 1702-1705, he painted a large hall and various rooms in the Palazzo Martinenghi of Brescia. He returned to Bologna where he was employed in the Casa Agucchi. In 1706, alongside Gaetano Bertuzzi, he painted in the church of the Padri Camaldolesi of Faenza. In Piacenza, he painted alongside Marcantonio Franceschini and Luigi Quaini. Along with Francesco Monti he painted the main chapel of the parish church of Santa Maddalena, and then beginning with Giacomo Boni, and later with Giacinto Garofalini, they decorated the Church of the Celestini. With Boni he had painted quadratura for San Bernardino del Lavino. With Garofalini, he painted for a fresco of "Venus caressing Love" for Casa Ghisilieri. With Gioseffo Roli, he painted in the monastery of the Carita. He painted quadratura for one of the chapels of the Portico di San Luca; the figure painter Gioseffo Mazzoni painted the "Virgin presenting the infant Jesus to Simon the Elder". Along with Garofalini, a figure painter, he painted the chapel in San Tommaso del Mercato, Bologna. In the main chapel of the church of Madonna di Galliera, he painted alongside Giuseppe Marchesi. Other works are seen in Imola, in Forlì, in Ravenna, and Fano.