GIOTTO by BONDONE (circa 1267 - January 8, 1337), Italian painter and architect. He continued and deepened the innovative line of his master Cimabue, moving away from the emblematic staticity of Byzantine figures to elaborate the human dimension and the three-dimensionality of the Latin painting space, leading to unprecedented levels of likelihood. The portrait is enclosed in a frame decorated with musees that hold the tools of art and an architectural allegory. Colored illustration on a 16th century xylographic basis, from the treaty 'Le Vite de' the most outstanding painters, sculptors and architects' by Giorgio Vasari (30 July 1511 - 27 June 1574), second enlarged and revised edition, Giunti, Florence 1568

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title: GIOTTO DA BONDONE

subject date: 2017-07-20

caption: GIOTTO by BONDONE (circa 1267 - January 8, 1337), Italian painter and architect. He continued and deepened the innovative line of his master Cimabue, moving away from the emblematic staticity of Byzantine figures to elaborate the human dimension and the three-dimensionality of the Latin painting space, leading to unprecedented levels of likelihood. The portrait is enclosed in a frame decorated with musees that hold the tools of art and an architectural allegory. Colored illustration on a 16th century xylographic basis, from the treaty 'Le Vite de' the most outstanding painters, sculptors and architects' by Giorgio Vasari (30 July 1511 - 27 June 1574), second enlarged and revised edition, Giunti, Florence 1568

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image century : XVI

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subject century: XIV

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