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Carlo Labruzzo (born in Rome), was an Italian painter, mainly of landscapes.

In 1798, he was nominated professor at the Academy of Fine Arts of Perugia, and in 1812, he became director. He died in Perugia in December 1817. He was replaced by Tommaso Minardi. Among his pupils in Perugia are Silvestro Massari, Margherita Lazi, and Marianna Candidi Dionigi.

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