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Girolamo Troppa was born in the Sabina and worked mostly in Rome.  He achieved a knighthood, so he must have been of considerable standing, but little is known about his life and work.


Assumption of the Virgin  (17th century)

This altarpiece on the high altar of Santa Maria Assunta (see Walk around Cesi) is attributed to Girolamo Troppa. 


St Juvenal in Glory (17th century)

This panel in the apse of San Giovenale is attributed to Girolamo Troppa.

Scenes from the Life of King David (17th century)

These frescoes in the choir of Santa Margherita are attributed to Girolamo Troppa.

Adoration of the Shepherds (17th century)

This panel in Santa Maria del Piano a is attributed to Girolamo Troppa.


Miracle of St Cassius (1680)

This panel in the Museo Diocesano, Terni, which is attributed to Girolamo Troppa,  depicts a miracle that happened when the relics of St Cassius were returned to Narni in 1679.

Assumption of the Virgin (17th century)

This fresco in the vault of Santa Maria del Carmine is attributed to Girolamo Troppa.

Frescoes in Patrician Palaces

Palazzo Pierfelici - see Walk I

See also Patrician Palaces:

  1. Palazzo Carrara - frescoes of Apollo and Daphne in the piano nobile, repainted after damage during the bombardment of World War I;

  2. Palazzo Montani; and

  3. Palazzo Gregori-Canale-Morelli.

Panels in the Pinacoteca

Two panels (17th century) in the Pinacoteca Comunale are associated with Girolamo Troppa:

  1. This panel of the Lamentation, which is of unknown provenance, is signed by him.

  1. This panel of the Madonna and Child with the young St John the Baptist and SS John the Evangelist and Peter of Alcantara, which is attributed to him, was documented in San Procolo in 1726.

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Girolamo Troppa (died after 1710)  

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