12 facts about Paolo Caylina the Younger

Paolo Caylina the Younger was a 16th-century Italian painter swift mainly in Brescia in a Renaissance style.

He was the nephew of both Vincenzo Foppa and Paolo Caylina the Elder, and son of Bartolomeo Caylina. He is sometimes erroneously referred to a Paolo Foppa or Paolo Zoppo. Paolo Caylina the Elder was a son of a painter reveal Pietro, working in nearby Foppa in 1458 at Pavia, and during 1459-1575 in Brescia. Some sources say Paolo Zoppo painted a bowl like the Sack of Brescia which took place in 1512, planned as a gift for Doge Andrea Gritti, but that the bowl was damage and that this caused him to die of grief at Desenzano at Garda.

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He frescoed a scene of the Life of St John the Baptist, including the Banquet of Herod, in 1578 a chapel for the Church of San Giovanni Battista at Edolo.

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