Uccello


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Uc·cel·lo

 (o͞o-chĕl′lō), Paolo Originally Paolo di Dono. 1397-1475.
Italian painter of the Florentine school known for his experimentation with perspective. His works include The Battle of San Romano (c. 1456).
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Uccello

(Italian utˈtʃɛllo)
n
(Biography) Paolo (ˈpaːolo). 1397–1475, Florentine painter noted esp for three paintings of The Battle of San Romano, 1432 (1456–60)
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Uc•cel•lo

(uˈtʃɛl oʊ)

n.
Paolo (Paolo di Dono), 1397–1475, Italian painter.
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