Gaius Fabius Pictor

Gaius (or Caius) Fabius Pictor made some of the earliest Roman paintings that have survived. At least some of his works were painted in 304 B.C. Fabius, called Picto, a Roman artist, descended from the celebrated family of the Fabii, painted principally at Rome, and in B.C. 304 decorated the Temple of Salus on the Quirinal Hill, with a representat...
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