Enea Vico  

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Enea Vico (1523 – 1567), was an Italian engraver.

Vico was born in Parma. He specialized in grotesque engravings based on antique paintings. Vico made engravings for Cosimo I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany and later Alfonso II, Duke of Ferrara. He died in Ferrara in 1567.



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