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Paolo Uccello
1396-1475

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Early in his life Uccello was an apprentice to the Sculptor Ghiberti, later working in Venice as a mosaicist in Venice producing frescos. His art combines the decorative, elaborate Gothic style with early Renaissance perspective.

Works include:
The Battle of San Romano - UFFIZI GALLERY
- Florence
The Flood 1446 - fresco Chiostro Verde Santa Maria Novella Florence
St George and the Dragon c1456 - NATIONAL GALLERY -in London
The Miracle of the Desecrated Host c1467 - Galleria Nazionale Urbino

Related artists include: Casttagno, Gozzoli, Masaccio, Piero della Francesca

 

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  Fresco by Paolo Uccello  Paolo Uccello. The Battle of San Romano. 1456

 Study for Equestrian Monument to Giovanni Acuto by Paolo Uccello

 
   Bernardino Della Ciarda Unhorsed, Detail from Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello

 The Intervention of Micheletto Attendolo, Detail from Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello

 Bernardino Della Ciarda Unhorsed, Detail from Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello  
 

 Theory of Saints, Fresco

 The Battle of San Romano in 1432  Presentation of Mary at Temple  
   

The Battle of San Romano c. 1454-57
Tempera and silver foil on wood panel
Original in the National Gallery London

   
 

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Uccello was commissioned by Piero de'Medici to paint the 3 huge panels depicting the Battle of San Romano.They were for the large hall of the Medici Palace which was being built by Michelozzo a leading Florentine architect.  

 

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