Paul of Venice

(c. 1333—1360)

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(fl. c.1333–60)

The first Venetian painter to be known by name. He is credited with bringing the maniera greca mode to its greatest refinement, as exemplified by his famed Coronation of the Virgin (1324; Washington, National Gallery). See also painting.


Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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