Ish the work that Fra Angelico had left ndone in one of the chapels of the cathedral In 1491 he was back in Rome decorating "the palace of Cardinal della Rovere who had imperiously desired the citizens of Orvieto 'to "palace of Cardinal della Rovere who had imperiously desired the citizens of Orvieto 'to him back his favorite artist In 1494 he visited Venice and entered into an agreement which he never fulfilled to paint the Council Hall of the Ducal Palace In March 1496 he was at Perugia a
Few Months Later He months later he a second visit to Venice and in the following year spent several months at the little town of F ano painting a large altar pieceAbout the PublisherForgotten Book. ,
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Excerpt from PeruginoIn 1486 Perugino "left rome and the next twenty years of "Rome and the next twenty years of life were spent in continual wanderings The
practical business alities of the man his energy and industry were as remarkable as his artisticbusiness alities of the man his energy and industry were as remarkable as his artistic He had workshops both in Perugia and Florence where he employed a number of scholars and assistants to execute the orders which reached him from all parts of Italy; while he himself traveled backwards and
FORWARDS BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES AND FOUND TIME TObetween the two cities and found time to many other places and to ndertake many other commissions In 1489 he went to Orvieto where he agreed to fin. .
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