Perugino, Domenico

Perugino, Domenico an Italian painter, was a native of Perugia, and, according to Baglioni, flourished in the latter part of the 16th and the first part of the 17th centuries. Lanzi says he painted small wood scenes, or landscapes, and that he is scarcely known at Perugia; though it is believed that one of his pictures remains in the church of S. Angelo Magno at Ascoli. His name also occurs at Siena, and he is mentioned by authors as the master of Antiveanto Grammatica.

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