Domenico Veneziano


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Domenico Veneziano

(Italian doˈmeːniko venetˈtsjaːno)
n
(Biography) died 1461, Italian painter, noted for the St Lucy Altarpiece
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Yet this does not lead Banker to dismiss claims, based largely or exclusively on Vasari, that Piero had painted frescoes with Domenico Veneziano in Loreto and on his own in the ducal palace in Ferrara, even though the idea that Vasari had knowledge of frescoes destroyed before he was bom and in cities about which he knew little or nothing is hard to take seriously.
The Lives of such antiheroes as Buonamico Buffalmaco, Andrea del Castagno, and Baccio Bandinelli, as related by Vasari, offer a literary counterpoint--a narrative tension--necessary for highlighting the accomplishments of the heroes of Vasari's work, and Ladis focuses here on Giotto, Domenico Veneziano, and Michelangelo.
A little disconcerted by their stare, he passes on to two panels, sparse and deft, by Domenico Veneziano.
Major painters were engaged here: Domenico Veneziano, the young Piero della Francesca and Bicci di Lorenzo, and later Andrea del Castagno and Alessio Baldovinetti painted frescoes in the Cappella Maggiore of the hospital church of S Egidio.
The influence of Donatello's perspectival innovations is evident to great effect in two powerful panels by Domenico Veneziano (nos.