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Tomasso Sandrini (1575–1631) was an Italian painter, active in painting quadratura in Northern Italy, including his native Brescia.

Among the church ceilings he helped fresco with quadrature are Sant Faustino, San Domenico, Chiesa del Carmine, and the Cathedral of Brescia. He also worked in Milan, Ferrara, and Mirandola. He died in the town of Palazzolo sull'Oglio.[1] Among his pupils was Domenico Bruni.

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  1. ^ Abecedario pittorico, by Pellegrino Antonio Orlandi, page 409.