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Andrea del Castagno Francesco Petrarca oil painting


Francesco Petrarca
Painting ID::  4757
Andrea del Castagno
Francesco Petrarca
c. 1450 Fresco transferred to wood, 247 x 153 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

   
   
     

Andrea del Castagno Our Lady of the Assumption with Sts Miniato and Julian oil painting


Our Lady of the Assumption with Sts Miniato and Julian
Painting ID::  4758
Andrea del Castagno
Our Lady of the Assumption with Sts Miniato and Julian
1450 Panel, 150 x 158 cm Staatliche Museen, Berlin

   
   
     

Andrea del Castagno The Youthful David oil painting


The Youthful David
Painting ID::  4759
Andrea del Castagno
The Youthful David
c. 1450 Tempera on leather on wood, width at bottom 115,6 x 41 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington

   
   
     

Andrea del Castagno Crucifixion  hhh oil painting


Crucifixion hhh
Painting ID::  4760
Andrea del Castagno
Crucifixion hhh
c. 1450 Panel, 29 x 35 cm National Gallery, London

   
   
     

Andrea del Castagno Eve hh oil painting


Eve hh
Painting ID::  4761
Andrea del Castagno
Eve hh
c. 1450 Fresco Villa Carducci, Soffiano (Florence)

   
   
     

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     Andrea del Castagno
     Italian c1421-1457 Andrea del Castagno Location Italian c1421-1457 Andrea del Castagno Location Italian painter. He was the most influential 15th-century Florentine master, after Masaccio, of the realistic rendering of the figure and the representation of the human body as a three-dimensional solid by means of contours. By translating into the terms of painting the statues of the Florentine sculptors Nanni di Banco and Donatello, Castagno set Florentine painting on a course dominated by line (the Florentine tradition of disegno), the effect of relief and the sculptural depiction of the figure that became its distinctive trait throughout the Italian Renaissance, a trend that culminated in the art of Michelangelo.

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