Lorenzo Bergonzoni (1646 – after 1700) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. He was born and active in Bologna. He was first a pupil of Giovanni Battista Bolognini, but afterwards studied under Guercino in Cento. He is also called Lorenzo Bergunzi. He became known mostly as a portrait painter at Bologna.
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