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There was another artist called Benvenuto Cellini on which we have written a full article describing the unbelievable incidents of his life. He was very much interested in supernatural and necromancy affairs. Here, we have stumbled upon another renaissance period artist who was much interested in supernatural things like witches and witch-crafts. Yet, he didn’t performed any supernatural or paranormal activities like Benvenuto Cellini, but his interest in those things surely amplified in some of his works, which were not commissioned to him but were made for his own pleasure. Artistic Journey Parmigianino, meaning “the little one from Parma”, was an Italian painter born on 11th January, 1503. His parents died just in two years of his birth due the plague, after which he was […]

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In history full of great artists, Benvenuto Cellini is not as much celebrated as others even though his spectacular life, which he claims in his Autobiography to be a real thing. Even historians are not sure that if they should accept the Cellini’s claims of his one in a gazillion kind of life. But, here we have gathered some of his outstanding incidents about his life, which he quotes to be true. Miraculous Childhood – Vicious Scorpion and Mythical Salamander Benvenuto was born in Florence on 3rd November, 1500. His family was expecting a girl but instead on his arrival every appraised god and in return to thank Benvenuto’s father called him he was very much obliged to god and is welcoming his son. The […]

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