Sabbatini, Andrea, called Andrea da Salerno, an Italian painter, was born at Salerno about 1480. He studied at Rome under Raphael, and, though he remained there but a year, was one of the best imitators of Raphael's style. Among his numerous works at Naples are the frescos and scenes of Santa Maria della Grazia. His best works are at Gaeta and Salerno, and his Visitation may be seen at the Louvre, in Paris. He died in 1545. — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.