Pietro Perugino cat77b - A painting of a group of people in a field
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Pietro Perugino (1446/1452–1523), real name Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci, was an Italian Renaissance artist who created frescoes for the Vatican's Sistine Chapel and was in demand across Italy to decorate church interiors and produce portraits of the ruling class. Perugino was very often interested in creating a sense of space in his works, especially between the main action in the foreground and precisely rendered examples of architecture in the background. The artist's use of space and perspective was influential on many Renaissance artists who followed, notably his one-time pupil Raphael (1483–1520 CE).