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An·gel·i·co

 (ăn-jĕl′ĭ-kō′), Fra Also known as Giovanni da Fie·so·le (fyĕ′zō-lā, -lĕ) 1400?-1455.
Italian Dominican friar and painter of the Florentine school.
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Angelico

(Italian anˈdʒɛːliko)
n
(Biography) Fra (fra), original name Guido di Pietro; monastic name Fra Giovanni da Fiesole. ?1400–55, Italian fresco painter and Dominican friar
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An•ge•li•co

(ænˈdʒɛl ɪˌkoʊ)

n.
Fra (Giovanni da Fiesole), 1387–1455, Italian painter.
An•gel′i•can, adj.
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