Siro Baroni

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Siro Baroni (1678 – December 31, 1746) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque period, active in Mantua.

He was an associate at the Academy of Fine Arts of Mantua since 1754. He painted an Ecce Homo for the former chapel of Sant'Ambrogio (destroyed in 1789). For a chapel in the church of Sant'Andrea, he painted a Virgin of the Rosary with St Camillo de'Lellis and Saints Crispino e Crispiniano. He painted an Enthroned Madonna and Child, with St Joseph, Luigi Gonzaga, and the Guardian Angel for the church of Santa Caterina.[1]


  1. ^ Memorie biografiche poste in forma di dizionario dei pittori, scultori, architetti, ed incisori Mantovani, by Pasquale Coddè, page 11.

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