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Cor·reg·gio(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).
(Biography) Antonio Allegri da (anˈtɔːnjo alˈleːɡri da). 1494–1534, Italian painter, noted for his striking use of perspective and foreshortening
Cor•reg•gio(kəˈrɛdʒ oʊ, -ˈrɛdʒ iˌoʊ)
Antonio Allegri da, 1494–1534, Italian painter.