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Ascanio Magnanini (active 1599-1621) was an Italian painter, active mainly in Modena. He was born in Fanano. He painted an altarpiece for San Silvestro Papa and San Francesco, Fanano.
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Ascanio Luciano or Ascanio Luciani (Naples, 1621 – Naples, 18 August 1706) was an Italian architectural painter who was active during the Baroque period. He is known for his architectural paintings, capricci, compositions with figures among ruins, and some vedute. He worked in Naples throughout his career. He is regarded as playing an important a hinge role in the genre of architectural capricci between leading founders of the genre such as Viviano Codazzi and François de Nomé and the 18th-century specialists of the genre.
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Ascanio della Corgna (1516 – 3 December 1571) was an Italian condottiere from Umbria. He rose to become Marchese di Castiglione del Lago, in part due to his family connections to a Pope.
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Ascanio Condivi (1525 – 10 December 1574) was an Italian painter and writer. Generally regarded as a mediocre artist, he is primarily remembered as the biographer of Michelangelo.
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Ascanio Celestini (born in Rome, June 1, 1972) is an Italian actor, director, writer and playwright.
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Ascanio is a grand opera in five acts and seven tableaux by composer Camille Saint-Saëns. The opera's French libretto, by Louis Gallet, is based on the 1852 play Benvenuto Cellini by French playwright Paul Meurice which was in turn based on the 1843 historical novel by Alexandre Dumas, père.
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