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Artists who influenced Cristofano Allori
Cristofano Allori was one of the leading Florentine painters of his period, working in a style that was more naturalistic and Baroque than that of his father Alessandro Allori. He is remembered primarily for one work, Judith with the Head of Holofernes (c. 1615, Pitti, Florence, and other versions), in which his femme fatale mistress is portrayed as Judith and he has depicted his own features in H ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Cristofano Allori

Correggio

Saint John Baptist in Wilderness
(Pitti Palace)

Judith with Head of Holofernes

Cesare Dandini

Paul Bril

Penitent Mary Magdalene
(Pitti Palace)

Judith with Head of Holofernes
(Pitti Palace)

Francesco Furini

Agnolo Bronzino

Self Portrait
(Uffizi)

Archangel Raphael and Tobias
(Pitti Palace)

Giovanni Battista Vanni

Lodovico Cardi

Bernardo Bostichi
(Ashmolean Museum)

Penitent Mary Magdalene
(Pitti Palace)

Sebastiano Mazzoni