Campanna, Pedro, a painter of the Roman school, was born at Brussels in 1503, and, while young, visited Rome and studied the works of Raphael. He painted the triumphal arch erected for the reception of Charles V, in 1530, at Bologna. The best' of his works are in the Cathedral of Seville, particularly his famous pictures of The Nativity, and The Purification. He died in 1570. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, s.v..