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Pietro Anderlini, also Andorlini, (1687 - 1755) was an Italian painter of the Rococo period.


He was born and died in Florence. Anderlini was a pupil of Giuseppe Tonelli, and his first documented work was the fresco of the Convent of San Lorenzo in Florence in 1718. He worked alongside, and on behalf, of some of the main Florentine painters of the 1700s.

The quadratura fresco style that he painted in was widely used by contemporary painters to embellish with designs of their own works architectures, the most famous of these painters were Gerolamo Mengozzi Colonna and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.


Anna Maria Matteucci, Peter Anderlini: virtusismi quadraturistici in a palace of Siena, in Perspective, 1989-1990, 57-60, p. 334-339.
Carla Costa and Annarita Stools, Pistoia e Pescia: quadraturismo centers of the Baroque period, (Thesis)
Fauzia Farnsworth, Stefano Bertocci, The architecture of deception in Florence: illusionistic spaces in the pictorial decoration of the churches between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Publisher Alinea, 2002
S. Melons Trkulja, Andorlini (Anderlini), Peter Painting in Italy. The eighteenth century, edited by G. Briganti, Milan, 2 vols., 1990 II, p. 604.
E. Povoledo, Anderlini, Peter "Biographical Dictionary of Italians", Rome, III, 1961, p. 52.
G.Veriani, Anderlini, Peter in "Encyclopedia of the Spectacle", Rome, 1954, I, p. 525.


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