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 (kə-rĕj′ō, kō-rĕd′jō), Antonio Allegri da 1494?-1534.
Italian Renaissance painter known for his use of chiaroscuro. Among his works are devotional pictures, including Holy Night, and frescoes, such as those in the convent of San Paolo in Parma (1518).


(Italian korˈreddʒo)
(Biography) Antonio Allegri da (anˈtɔːnjo alˈleːɡri da). 1494–1534, Italian painter, noted for his striking use of perspective and foreshortening


(kəˈrɛdʒ oʊ, -ˈrɛdʒ iˌoʊ)

Antonio Allegri da, 1494–1534, Italian painter.
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Noun1.Correggio - Italian painter noted for his use of chiaroscuro and perspective (1494-1534)Correggio - Italian painter noted for his use of chiaroscuro and perspective (1494-1534)
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Their topics include study tools in the humanist Greek school: preliminary observations on Greek-Latin lexica, Greek studies in Giovanni Tortielli's Orthographia: a world in translation, Praeclara librorum suppellectilis: Cretan manuscripts in Pietro da Portico's library, Antonio Allegri da Correggio: the Greek inscription in the Hermitage Portrait, Vettor Fausto (1490-1546): professor of Greek at the School of Saint Mark, and Greek in Venetian Crete: grammars and schoolbooks from the library of Francesco Barocci.
Maddalena Spagnolo's book considers the critical and figurative fortune of a great Italian Renaissance artist, Antonio Allegri, better known as Correggio.
17 Antonio Allegri was the actual name of which great painter usually known by the name of his birthplace?