Romano, Antoniazzo (1461-1508)
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Antonio Aquili, named Antoniazzo Romano, Italian painter, was born and died in Rome in 1461-1508. Influenced by the styles of Angelico and Benozzo Gozzoli, he colaborated from 1475 till 1481 with Ghirlandaio and Melozzo da Forli' on the decoration of the Vatican Library. The other works of the artist are: frescoes Madonna degli Uditori di Rota in S.Maria sopra Minerva (Vatican, Pin.).
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