Antonio Viviani - Europeana Collections
Antonio Viviani (1560–1620) was an Italian painter of the late Renaissance and early Baroque.He was also called il Sordo de Urbino ("the mute of Urbino"), because of his self-absorption while painting frescoes. He was born in Urbino, and there became a follower of Federigo Barocci, said to have been his uncle. He left some pictures at Urbino, in...
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