Rome produced no first-rate master from her own children, if we except Giulio Romano.
The metamorphoses of Jupiter (i. 104-107) remind us of Giulio Romano.
Now Hall was a painter, not (like Giulio Romano) also an architect and sculptor.
Giulio Romano was the architect who designed the rebuilding of half Mantua.
Giulio Romano comprehended the antique, and followed it with the enthusiasm of a neophyte.
Many of his pictures betray a style approaching that of Giulio Romano.
The frieze over the windows of the nave is by Giulio Romano and Pierino.
Do you see that little mythological scene up there, by Giulio Romano?
The paintings on the socles represent scenes in the life of Constantine by Giulio Romano.
Giulio Romano, seeing these works, said that he had never seen any colouring that attained to such perfection.