Tito, Santi di (1536-1603)

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Santi di Tito, Italian painter and architect, was born in Sansepolcro in 1536 and died in Florence in 1603. His most famous works are: Resurrezione di Lazzaro and Annunciazione (Florence, Santa Maria Novella); Le sorelle di Fetonte (Florence, Palazzo Vecchio); Visione di San Tommaso (1593, Florence, San Marco). The architectural works are Villa Doccia close to Fiesole; Villa dei Collazzi in Giogoli.

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