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Benedetto da Maiano

(c. 1442—1497)

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Giuliano da Maiano

Giuliano da Maiano  

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(b Maiano, nr Florence, 1432; d Naples, 17 Oct 1490).Italian architect, wood-carver and intarsia worker. Although much of his posthumous fame rests on his work as an architect, Giuliano's ...
Il Cronaca

Il Cronaca  

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(1457–1508),Italian architect and stonemason, a native of Florence who as a young man spent several years in Rome (1475–85). On returning to Florence he collaborated with Giuliano da Sangallo ...
Pietro Torrigiano

Pietro Torrigiano  

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(1472–1528).Florentine sculptor, whose fame rests both on having broken Michelangelo's nose, and on having brought the Italian Renaissance to England. His training is unclear, but he probably studied ...
Strozzi family

Strozzi family  

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Family of Florentine bankers. Palla Strozzi (1372–1462), scholar and philosopher, was exiled in 1434 to Padua, where he left his library to the monastery of Santa Giustina. Filippo Strozzi (1428–91) ...

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