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Maria de Dominici

1645 - 1703

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Suor Maria de Dominici (6 December 1645 – 18 March 1703) was a Maltese painter, sculptor, and a Carmelite tertiary nun. Born into a family of artists based in the city of Birgu (Vittoriosa), she was the daughter of a goldsmith and appraiser for the Knights of Malta. Two of her brothers, Raimondo de Dominici and Francesco de Dominici, were painters. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Maria de Dominici has received more than 19,992 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Maria de Dominici is the 1,703rd most popular painter, the 39th most popular biography from Malta and the most popular Maltese Painter.

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Among painters, Maria de Dominici ranks 1,703 out of 1,421Before her are John Opie, George Peter Alexander Healy, Shepard Fairey, Elizabeth Catlett, Ali Divandari, and Arthur Streeton. After her are Ernest Townsend, Thomas Kinkade, Laurel Holloman, Maggie Laubser, Eastman Johnson, and Samuel Colman.

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Among people born in 1645, Maria de Dominici ranks 14Before her are Andreas Werckmeister, Francis I Rákóczi, Eusebio Kino, Nicolas Lemery, Anne Dacier, and Louis Jolliet.  Among people deceased in 1703, Maria de Dominici ranks 14Before her are Ilona Zrínyi, Samuel Pepys, Erik Dahlbergh, Nicolas de Grigny, Charles de Saint-Évremond, and Thomas Kingo.

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In Malta

Among people born in Malta, Maria de Dominici ranks 39 out of 66Before her are Joe Sacco (1960), Karmenu Vella (1950), Alfred Sant (1948), Joseph Calleia (1897), Emma Heming Willis (1978), and Oliver Friggieri (1947). After her are Carmel Busuttil (1964), George Borg Olivier (1911), Chiara Siracusa (1976), Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici (1933), Peter Hitchens (1951), and Joe Borg (1952).

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Among painters born in Malta, Maria de Dominici ranks 1