Definition of Carracci in English:

Carracci

Syllabification: Car·rac·ci
Pronunciation: /kärˈäCHē
 
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  • The name of a family of Italian painters comprised of brothers Annibale (1560–1609) and Agostino (1557–1602) and their cousin Ludovico (1555–1619). Together they established a teaching academy at Bologna. Annibale is famed for his frescoes on the ceiling of the Farnese Gallery in Rome and for his invention of the caricature.

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