Pintoricchio (Italian pintoˈrikkjo)
/ (Italian pintuˈrikkjo) /
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real name Bernardino di Betto. ?1454–1513, Italian painter of the Umbrian school
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How to use Pinturicchio in a sentence
And Pope Alexander VI had the painter Pinturicchio disguise his mistress as the Virgin Mary in one fresco.Great Renaissance Art Thrived Amid Filth|Nick Romeo|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Vasari, who did not like Pinturicchio, describes him as somewhat of a hack, and still more of a lover of money.
Vasari states and subsequent writers have repeated that Pinturicchio was assisted in these frescoes by Raphael.
Bernardino di Betto, or the son of Benedetto, was commonly called Pinturicchio, "the little painter."
A drawing of the interior of the Piccolomini Library, showing Pinturicchio's frescoes .
For there is just as much difference between those things as there is between Douglas and Pinturicchio.Children of the Market Place|Edgar Lee Masters