The painters voyage of Italy in which all the famous paintings of the most eminent masters are particularised, as they are preserved in the several cities of Italy ...
Barri, Giacomo, ca. 1630-ca. 1690., Lodge, William, 1649-1689.

The Church of S. John, Fathers Benedictines.

In this Church you see a Cuppola with its four Angles, and other marvellous works ac∣cording to the usual manner of great Correggio.

On the Roof of the Quire are works copied from Correggio, by the hand of Baglioue, but re-toucht by Correggio himself.

In the two Cross-Isles there are two Chapels where you will see works of Carravagio in Fresco.

Coming out of the Church, at the second Chapell on your left hand, there are two Squraes. On one you will admire a Piety. In the other the Martyrdom of several Benedictine Saints, by the hand of great Correggio.

There are the Roofs of some little Chapells painted in Fresco, by Parmeggianino.

There is also in this Church over a little Door, as you go into the Covent, a S. John the Evangelist, painted in Fresco, by the hand of Correggio.

In the first Cloyster of the Covent of the abovesaid Fathers, there are many paintings in Chiaro Scuro, being Histories of the Old Testa∣ment, by the hand of Carravagio.