Antonio Beduschi (born 1576- alive 1607) was an Italian painter active in the early-Baroque period, mainly in his hometown of Cremona. He imitated the style of Antonio Campi. His sister, Angela Beduschi, was also a painter. In 1602, he painted the Martyrdom of St. Stephen and a Pietà for the church of San Sepolcro in Piacenza.
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