It's very nice to have the cambio thrown in your teeth, if you say two words to any Italian, even a perfect stranger.
That his real father was called "cambio" matters to you not a straw.
The best of Peruginos work, however, with the exception of his frescoes in the cambio, is not to be found in his native town.
From the town authorities for the "cambio" he drew 350 ducats.
The frescoes of the cambio could not go, and they at least remain exactly as the master painted them.
For the year 1500 dates the completion of the cambio frescoes, and may be taken roughly as the great central date in Pietro's art.
The Duke gave consent, and ordered that they should fight before the chapel of the cambio.
The impression made upon one by the painting in the cambio is very calm and pleasing.
We find the prototypes of the greybeards in the cambio—Socrates, Pericles, and the rest.