Sesto, Cesare da (1477-1523) by Scholes, Robert

Cesare da Sesto (1477 – 1523) He was originally from Lombardy; little is known about his education. As early as 1506, he may have been in Rome, working with and probably coming into contact with the young . After his years in Rome, Cesare probably spent time in Milan. Certainly, at some point, he became one of the adopted “sons” of . His style of painting is often described as a blend of Raphael’s and Leonardo’s. Baldassare Peruzzi Raphael Leonardo Da Vinci

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