Giovanni Marco Pitteri

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Giovanni Marco Pitteri (1703–1767) was an Italian engraver of the late-Baroque period in his native Venice. He made densely incised, with nearly photographic quality shading, engraved portraits.[1] He engraved a drawing of ‘’St. Phillip’’by Piazzetta, in whose studio he worked.[2] He had as one of his pupils Giovanni Domenico Lorenzi.[3]

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  1. ^ Milizia, Francesco (1822). Remondini Tip. Editore, ed. Dizionario delle Belle Arti del Disegno y Estratto in Gran Parte dalla Enciclopedia Metodica da Francesco Milizia, Seconda Edizione, Tomo Secondo. Bassano, Italy;. pp. page 52. 
  2. ^ On exhibit at Museum of Fine Arts of San Francisco
  3. ^ vite dei pittori, scultori e architetti veronesi (1891). page 434. Diego Zannandreis, Giuseppe Biadego