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Giovanni Battista Cavalcaselle (1819–1897)

Cavalcaselle, Giovanni Battista (kä-väl-kä-sel’le). An Italian historian of art; born at Legnano, Jan. 22, 1819; died on Oct. 31, 1897. He became the literary associate of J. A. Crowe, with whom he produced the epoch-making ‘History of Painting in Italy’ (1864–71), the most complete work on the subject; ‘Early Flemish Painters’ (1857–72); ‘Life of Titian’ (1877); and others.