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 (pĕr′ə-jē′nō, pĕ′ro͞o-) Originally Pietro Vannucci. 1445-1523?
Italian painter whose best-known work is a fresco in the Sistine Chapel, Christ Giving the Keys to Saint Peter (1481-1482).


(Italian peruˈdʒino)
(Biography) Il (il), real name Pietro Vannucci. 1446–1523, Italian painter; master of Raphael. His works include the fresco Christ giving the Keys to Peter in the Sistine Chapel, Rome


(ˌpɛr uˈdʒi noʊ)
(Pietro Vannucci), 1446–1524, Italian painter.
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We discoursed a long time, madame, on different subjects; of Perugino, of Raffaelle, of manners, customs, of the famous aquatofana, of which they had told you, I think you said, that certain individuals in Perugia had preserved the secret.
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Among the individual topics are medieval and Byzantine sources for Renaissance works, a critical analysis of Calvo's translation of Vitruvius' De Architectura, the patronage of Julius II, and the decoration of the Stanza dell-Incendio by Perugino and Raphael.
The range covered is impressive: the text begins with cavemen's drawings and ends with contemporary Indian art and in between one finds the entire wealth of art defined in its widest sense, from Egyptian wall paintings to Constable and from Perugino to Warhol.
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The original artwork of the chapel is the work of Perugino, Roselli, Boticelli, Ghirlandaio, Signorelli, and their assistants.
i) Lucas Cranach, ii) Gentile Da Fabriano, iii) Parmigiano, iv) Pietro Perugino, and v) Antonello da Messina.
It was during this period that Raphael traveled extensively beyond his native Urbino, coming in contact, and perhaps collaborating, with artists such as Pinturicchio and Signorelli, but principally with Perugino who was, at this time, the most sought-after and successful painter in Central Italy.
Consequently, the seven large-scale mythological paintings created for her studiolo between 1497 and 1530 by Andrea Mantegna, Perugino, Lorenzo Costa, and Correggio are traditionally interpreted as moralizing allegories designed to teach the Marchesa of Mantua exemplary behavior while advertising her own moral integrity.