[ kuh-rej-oh, -rej-ee-oh; Italian kawr-red-jaw ]
/ kəˈrɛdʒ oʊ, -ˈrɛdʒ iˌoʊ; Italian kɔrˈrɛd dʒɔ /
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An·to·nio Al·le·gri da [ahn-taw-nyaw ahl-le-gree dah], /ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ ɑlˈlɛ gri dɑ/, 1494–1534, Italian painter.
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How to use Correggio in a sentence
Of those who have practised the composite style, and have succeeded in this perilous attempt, perhaps the foremost is Correggio.Seven Discourses on Art|Joshua Reynolds
The Magdalen is sweet in conception, but seems to have less than the usual merit of Correggio's pictures as to painting.George Eliot's Life, Vol. II (of 3)|George Eliot
In the decoration of this Correggio surpassed himself in his mastery of chiaroscuro and the foreshortening of the human figure.Cathedral Cities of Italy|William Wiehe Collins
It is impossible to overrate the historical importance of the juxtaposition of this work of Mantegna with that of Correggio.
A Bolognese painter, studied under his cousin, Lodovico, who advised him to study the works of Correggio.
British Dictionary definitions for Correggio
/ (Italian korˈreddʒo) /
Antonio Allegri da (anˈtɔːnjo alˈleːɡri da). 1494–1534, Italian painter, noted for his striking use of perspective and foreshortening
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