Note: Jacopo Negretti was best known as Jacopo Palma il Giovane; he was the son and pupil of Antonio Palma and the great-nephew of Jacopo Palma, called il Vecchio. He adopted a Mannerist style after spending time in Rome ca. 1567 to ca. 1575. When he returned to Venice, he was also influenced by the works of Veronese and Tintoretto. He was the leading artist in Venice after 1594, receiving commissions from the Venetian government, the Counter-Reformation clergy, and patrons throughout Italy and abroad.s Italian artist.