Pisanello

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Pisanello

(Italian pisaˈnɛllo)
n
(Biography) Antonio (anˈtɔːnjo). ?1395–?1455, Italian painter and medallist; a major exponent of the International Gothic style. He is best known for his portrait medals and drawings of animals
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Antonio Pisanello's portrait medal of Emperor John VIII Paleologus, for instance, is signaled as "a landmark transaction between East and West" (29).
Antonio Pisanello worked for princely courts at which the Medici would have been considered upstarts.