Ferrando Bertelli

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Ferrando Bertelli, Battle of Lepanto, Vatican Museums, 1572

Ferrando Bertelli (born c. 1525) was an Italian engraver of the Renaissance period. He was born in Venice. He engraved Omnium fere nentium, Sc. Ven. (1569); Christ curing the sick after Farinait (1530); The Crucifixion after Giulio Somalio; Venus and Cupid after Titian (1536); and Specchio della Vite Humana (1566).

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