In the "Fidi Amanti" of Torelli there is a scene for two men, a satyr and a shepherd, and one woman, a nymph.
He belonged to the family of the Torelli, one of the two leading families of Ferrara.
As for the art of fencing, Torelli is certainly no bungler, but he too has the skipping fashion in his method.
In 1539 it was sold by the last female descendant of the Torelli to Ferrante Gonzaga.
I know what I'm talking about, for I lodged with my colleague Torelli, the best fencing-master in the city.