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A group of Dutch and Flemish painters (active in Rome, ca. 1625–1700) who shared a distinctive stylistic and thematic approach to their depiction of scenes from daily life in Rome. The group is named after the work of the Haarlem artist Pieter van Laer, who was nicknamed il Bambaccio (clumsy puppet) for his physical disfigurement.

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