Viviani, Antonio (1560-1620)

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Antonio Viviani, named Il Sordo d'Urbino, Italian painter, was born and died in Urbino in 1560-1620. He was active in Rome (frescoes in Vatican Library and in Scala Santa, 1585-1590), in Genoa (1596-1598), in Urbino (Cappella della Concezione e del Santo Sacramento in Cathedral, Chiesa dell'Annunciata, etc.) and in Fano, Pesaro, Rimini, and Fossombrone.

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