Pietro Anderloni

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Pietro Anderloni (Brescia, 1785–1849) was an Italian engraver of the 19th century.


He first trained under his brother Faustino Anderloni, but then worked under Giuseppe Longhi. He was prolific in engraving reproductions of classic works of the Renaissance, including the Vatican frescoes of Raphael. In 1831, he succeeded Longhi as professor of engraving in Milan.[1][2]



  1. ^ Handbook to the department of prints and drawings in the British museum, by Louis Alexander Fagan, page 37.
  2. ^ Opere e vita di Pietro Anderloni, by Emilio Anderloni, 1903, Milan.