Gabriele Paleotti  

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Gabriele Paleotti (4 October 1522 – 22 July 1597) was an Italian Cardinal and Archbishop of Bologna. He was a significant figure in, and source about, the later sessions of the Council of Trent, and much later a candidate for the papacy in 1590, and is now mostly remembered for his De sacris et profanis imaginibus (1582), setting out the Counter-Reformation church's views on the proper role and content of art.



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