Francesco Villamena

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Giacomo Francia, Brawl of Bruttobuono, Rhode Island School of Design Museum, 1601

Francesco Villamena (1564–1624) was an Italian engraver and artist.

Villamena was born in Assisi. He studied under Cornelis Cort. Others state he was a follower of Agostino Carracci. Villamena produced primarily works of religious and historical subjects. He died in Rome in 1624.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brief Bio Francesco Villamena". Retrieved 2009-01-22.