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Adamo Scultori

(circa 1530 Mantua – 1587 Rome)

Adamo Scultori was the son and pupil of Giovanni Battista Scultori. Like his father, Adamo started working as an engraver in Mantua in the years between 1542–45 and subsequently settled in Rome around 1565. He was a productive master and his extensive œuvre comprises about one hundred and fifty prints, most of which are reproductive engravings after Giulio Romano and Michelangelo and works of Roman antiquity.