Luigi Benfatto

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Luigi Benfatto (1551–1611) was an Italian painter of the late-Renaissance period. He was born at Verona, was the nephew and pupil of Paolo Veronese. He painted Glory of the saint for the church of St. Nicholas and pictures of St. Marta for the Church of Santa Marta al Collegio Romano. He is also called Luigi Alvise dal Friso. A pupil of his was Maffeo Verona.[1]


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