Bertoia, Mirola and the Farnese Court
Study of Jacopo Bertoia, regarded as the finest painter of the late 16th century Farnese court, and of Girolamo Mirola, now thought to have painted much of the work previously attributed to Bertoia.
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Bertoia in Rome
Bertoia as Printmaker
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