Pintoricchio has shaken himself out of the conventional slavery of Perugino.
Perugino's influence, however, if not his hand, is sufficiently obvious.
Perugino in his turn was the master, after Timoteo Viti, of Raphael.
Few of them were religious men; several of them, like Perugino, were freethinkers.
Did the master Perugino watch his brilliant pupil as he painted?
Lodovico's exertions were not in vain, at least in the case of Perugino.
It is important to refer briefly to the way in which Perugino painted Sebastian.
Perugino was perhaps out of his element in this new undertaking.
The first thing to be done was to destroy the frescoes of Perugino which covered the great wall below the altar.
Fiorenzo may be said to have begun the school which now is called the school of Perugino.