Piero della Francesca

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Pie·ro del·la Fran·ce·sca

 (pyâr′ō dĕl′ə frăn-chĕs′kə, frän-) 1420?-1492.
Italian painter of the quattrocento whose works, including the fresco cycle Legend of the True Cross (1452-1459), show a mastery of geometric perspective.
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Piero della Francesca

(Italian ˈpjɛːro ˌdɛlla franˈtʃeska)
(Biography) ?1420–92, Italian painter, noted particularly for his frescoes of the Legend of the True Cross in San Francesco, Arezzo
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Pie•ro del•la Fran•ce•sca

(piˈɛər oʊ ˈdɛl ə frænˈtʃɛs kə, frɑn-)

(Piero de' Franceschi), Francesca, Piero della.
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Through this concession, consumers can enjoy the works of Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Eugene Delacroix, Piero della Francesca, Lorenzo Monaco, Rosso Fiorentino and many more.
Brick Wall, 1968, Gnoli's version of a "wall painting," is very unlike Giotto's or Piero della Francesca's.
A Piero Della Francesca, from the early Italian Renaissance, is one of my favourite artists.
1468] is best known from his elegant portrait by Piero della Francesca and for his patronage of the church of S.
In 'California Art Collector,' a matron, rendered in modern grisaille, occupies an armchair beneath a lean-to that echoes the manger in Piero Della Francesca's 'Nativity' in the National Gallery in London.
It is something more: the key to what is an important source of inspiration for Dod Procter, the Italian Primitives and in particular Piero della Francesca. In the assured simplicity of her delineation, Girl Asleep might be one of the slumbering guards in the foreground of Piero's Resurrection.
Arezzo's most famous citizens--Maecenas, Petrarch, Guido Monaco, Pietro Aretino, Leonardo Bruni, Vasari--receive mention, as do notables (specifically Piero della Francesca) who spent time in the city and left behind some of Italy's most famous artworks.
They detail the city's art and architecture, with emphasis on Renaissance painter Piero della Francesca; premodern Arezzo and its post-World War II history and politics; linguistic aspects and daily life, including the city's sense of identity, business environment, and status as a destination for immigrants; and cultural aspects like music, film, fashion, food, wine, and medieval joust.
The transcendent illustration is a reworking of a fresco by the Italian Renaissance painter, Piero della Francesca showing the moment of the resurrection.
His portrait by Piero della Francesca is in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence (4).
1983, and Piero della Francesca's painting, Madonna del Parto,