Viti, Timoteo (1469-1525) (Timoteo Della Vite)

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Timoteo Viti, or Timoteo Della Vite, Italian painter, was born and died in Urbino in 1469-1525. According to a tradition at the age of 20 he entered the work-shop of Francia in Bologna (1490-1495). After return to the home town he was comissioned on execution of Madonna col Bambino e santi for the Cathedral (Milan, Brera); and other works strongly influenced by Raphael: Santi vescovi Tommaso di Canterbuty e Marino (1504, Urbino, Pinacoteca); Maddalena (1508, Bologna, Pinacoteca); Profeti (S.Maria della Pace, Rome)

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