Campagnola, Giulio (jōˈlyō kämpänyôˈlä) [key], b. c.1482, d. after 1513, Italian painter and engraver. He painted miniatures and altarpieces but is best known for his finely executed engravings, many of them after the works of Giovanni Bellini and Giorgione.
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