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Bronzino

[ brawn-dzee-naw ]
/ brɔnˈdzi nɔ /
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noun

A·gno·lo (di Co·si·mo di Ma·ria·no) [ah-nyaw-law dee -kaw-zee-maw dee mah-ryah-naw], /ˈɑ nyɔ lɔ di ˈkɔ zi mɔ di mɑˈryɑ nɔ/, 1502–72, Italian painter.

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Bronzino
/ (bronˈdziːno) /

noun

Il, real name Agnolo di Cosimo . 1503–72, Florentine mannerist painter
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