Pollaiuolo

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Pollaiuolo

(Italian pollajˈwɔːlo)
n
1. (Biography) Antonio (anˈtɔːnjo), ?1432–98, Florentine painter, sculptor, goldsmith, and engraver: his paintings include the Martyrdom of St Sebastian
2. (Biography) his brother Piero (ˈpjɛːro). ?1443–96, Florentine painter and sculptor
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Nelson le ofrecio remover el mural y donarlo al MoMa, y alego que para ello se emplearia la misma tecnica con la que se habian removido los frescos de Antonio Pollaiuolo y los de la villa de Pubuus Fannius Synistor en Boscoreale, cerca de Pompeya.
His drawings after Andrea Mantegna and Antonio Pollaiuolo reflected his appreciation of Italian painting, which at its peak was guided by knowledge of geometry and proportion.
Another high point of the book is the meticulous and sure-footed consideration of the tombs of Sixtus re and Innocent VIII, which Antonio Pollaiuolo executed in Rome towards the end of his life.