Sabbatini, Lorenzo, called Lorenzino da Bologna, another Italian painter, was born about 1533 at Bologna. Being called to Rome under the pontificate of Gregory XIII, he painted in the royal hall of the Vatican Faith Triumphing over Unbelief; and other frescos in the Pauline Chapel. These gained for him the position of superintendent of the works in the Vatican, which he held till his death. The principal pictures of Sabbatini are a Madonna, in the Louvre; the Marriage of St. Catharine, at Dresden; and the Virgin Enthtroned, at Berlin. He died in 1577.