Francesco Melanzio

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Francesco Melanzio (1460 - 1526) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period in Montefalco, Umbria.

He was born in Montefalco, and said to have been, along with Bernardino di Mariotto, a pupil of Fiorenzo di Lorenzo. He painted extensive frescoes in the Monastery of San Francesco in Montefalco.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rassegna d'arte antica e moderna, Volumes 6-7, Article: La Pittura all'Esposizione d'arte Antica di Perugia, by F. Mason Perkins (1907), page 304.