Pintoricchio (Italian pintoˈrikkjo)
- real name Bernardino di Betto. ?1454–1513, Italian painter of the Umbrian school
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And Pope Alexander VI had the painter Pinturicchio disguise his mistress as the Virgin Mary in one fresco.Great Renaissance Art Thrived Amid Filth
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In the first chapel is a “Nativity” by Pinturicchio, who also painted the lunettes.Italy, the Magic Land
He declared my undoubted Pinturicchio was only a Giovanni do Spagno.
Why, he pretended to doubt the genuineness of my Pinturicchio!
Pinturicchio is the painter of Spello; there is much of his work in the churches.
Pinturicchio loved him and took him with him to Siena to help him with his work there.