Viterbo, Antonio da (circa1450-1516) Antonio del Massaro da Viterbo

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Antonio da Viterbo or Antonio del Massaro da Viterbo, Italian painter, was born and died in Viterbo in circa1450-1516. He was also known under the name "il Pastura". Most of his works are frescoes: collaboration with Pinturicchio in decoration of appartamento Borgia in Vatican; tribune of the Cathedral of Orvieto; choir of the Cathedral of Tarquinia.

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