Italian, 17th century, male.
Born 1589, in Sarzana (Liguria); died 14 October 1669, in Genoa.
Painter, fresco artist. Religious subjects, portraits.
Domenico Fiasella was a goldsmith's son who, under the direction of his father, took up drawing at an early age. Before leaving for Genoa, Fiasella experimented with painting, making several copies of an Andrea del Sarto composition housed in the church in his home town of Sarzana. He went on to live and work in Rome for a period of ten years or so before returning to Genoa, where the Lomellini family commissioned him to decorate their palazzo and, subsequently, the vaults of their chapel of the Annunziata. He produced numerous paintings for churches in Genoa, among them a ...