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GIULIO ROMANO   (b. ca. 1499, Roma, d. 1546, Mantova) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter and architect in the Mannerist style. He was born Giulio Pippi in Rome and became the chief pupil of the Italian painter Raphael, whom he assisted in many of the latter's finest works. At Raphael's death he completed the frescoes Battle of Constantine and Apparition of the Cross in the Vatican Palace, Rome. He inherited a portion of Raphael's wealth, including his works of art, and succeeded him as head of the Roman school. About 1524, Giulio accepted the invitation of Federigo Gonzaga, ruler of Mantua and patron of the arts, to carry out a series of architectural and pictorial works.

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