Bernardino Fungai (1460–1516) was an Italian painter.
Fungai is thought to have studied under local painters in his native city of Siena, despite very little being known of his career. His paintings evince an influence from local Sienese painters and also Pietro Perugino. In 1482, he worked on frescoes for the cupola in the Siena Cathedral. Fungai was commissioned in 1494 to decorate ceremonial banners with azure and gold. He also created an altarpiece in 1512 for a Sienese church.
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- Italian Paintings: Sienese and Central Italian Schools, a collection catalog containing information about Fungai and his works (see index; plates 78-79).