Vitus, Domenico an Italian engraver, is said to have been born about 1536, and to have become an inmate of the Monastery of Vallombrosa, in the Apennines. His prints possess considerable merit, among which may be named St. Bartholomew (1576): —St. Joachim Holding a Censer, after A. del Sart: —and a set of small plates representing the Passion of our Saviour. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, s.v.