Vasari relates that he conducted Titian to see certain works of Peruzzi, of which the illusion was most complete.
With a look of sombre satisfaction, he led the way to the Peruzzi Chapel.
Thus Peruzzi (167 and 218) elaborates the architecture and the horses, and introduces portraits.
The Peruzzi chapel had then recently been restored—some exquisite frescoes by Giotto being among the successful restorations.
Peruzzi was the artist who worked out the theory of the well-proportioned brilliant of 58 facets.
Villani acted for some time as an agent abroad of the great business house of Peruzzi.
Peruzzi , on the other hand, was a native of Siena, but belongs in his artistic development to the Roman School.
I remember Peruzzi telling me how fond she was of Monza—happier there than anywhere.
Both Beccafumi and Peruzzi felt the cold and manneristic Roman style of rhetoric injuriously.
Peruzzi greatly admired it, and affirmed that he had never seen a swoon so naturally represented.