Pazzi, Pietro Antonio
Pazzi, Pietro Antonio an Italian engraver, was born at Florence in 1706. It is not known under whom he studied, but he executed many plates of portraits and other subjects, after the Italian masters, which are held in estimation. His works are to be found in the Museo Florentino, Museo Capitolino, and the Museo Etrusco. Among them the following are of interest to us: The Holy Family (after L. Cabiasi); The Assumption of the Virgin (after Raffaelle); The Virgin and Infant Christ (after Vandyck); St. Zanobi resuscitating a dead Person (after Betti); St. Philip refusing the Popedom (id.); A Sibyl (after Crespi).