Giovanni Antonio d' Amato

Amato, Giovanni Antonio d' (jōvänˈnē äntôˈnyō dämäˈtō) [key], 1475–1555, Neapolitan painter, called Il Vecchio [the elder]. He imitated the style of Perugino. Paintings by him are in many churches in Naples, among them the Holy Family in a chapel of San Domenico Maggiore.

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