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Caracʹci (pron. Kar-rahʹ-che)

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Founder of the eclectic school in Italy. Luis and his two cousins Augustin and Annibale founded the school called Incamminaʹti (progressive), which had for its chief principle the strict observance of nature. Luis (1554–1619), Augustin (1558–1601), Annibale (1560–1609).

The Caracci of France. Jean Jouvenet, who was paralysed on the right side, and painted with his left hand. (1647–1707.)

The Annibale Caracci of the Eclectic School. Bernardiʹno Campi, the Italian, is so called by Lanzi (1522–1590).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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