Agresti, Livio (1508-1580)
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Wednesday 27th April 2011
Livio Agresti, named il Ricciutello, or Ritius, Italian painter, was born in Forli' in circa 1508 and died in Rome in circa 1580. He was working in Forli' (Umbria) and, most of all, in Rome, where he left after himself paintings in oil and frescoes in the modes of Roman mannerism in places like Santa Caterina dei Funari, in the oratory of Gonfalone and in Santo Spirito in Sassia.
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