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Very little is known about Angeluccio’s life. He was active in Rome and was the only known pupil of the distinguished French Claude Lorrain, other than Giandomenico Desiderii, Lorrain’s long-time assistant.
The biographer Lione Pascoli was the only scholar who wrote about Angeluccio, according to him, he was Lorrain’s mot able and promising pupils. However, Angeluccio died rather young, hence able to produce a limited array of artwork.
There are known only about 35 drawings and 25 paintings credited to Angeluccio, which are all dated from 1640 to 1645, which is a quite limited timespan.
Even though Angeluccio carried significant influence from Lorrain on his landscapes, he was not a mere imitator. He was able to execute a landscape composition coherently, often characterized by rich foliage, wooded landscapes, and a blue-green tonality. Said style, according to scholars, suggests that the artist was also influenced by Flemish and Dutch 17th-century landscape painting tradition. The amalgamation of the mentioned styles resulted in Angeluccio ‘s distinguishable and unique landscape artworks.
Angeluccio was active during a brief period of ten years, resulting in sixty known artworks today, being 35 drawings and 25 paintings.
Angeluccio died at a very young age, circa 1650.