Giuseppe Tonelli (1668–1732) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Florence. He studied under Tommaso Aldrovandini and Jacopo Chiavistelli. He worked alongside Giuseppe Nasini during 1696-1699 in frescoing the ceiling of second floor corridor of the Uffizi gallery facing the Arno. He painted quadratura for Sebastiano Ricci in the Pitti Palace.
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- Uffizi gallery.
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