- Giotto di Bondone, 1266?–1337, Florentine painter, sculptor, and architect.
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Most art history books cite Giotto as the first great painter of the Renaissance.Fact-Checking Dan Brown’s ‘Inferno’: 10 Mistakes, False Statements, and Oversimplifications
May 20, 2013
John Baldesssari received a second trophy and made an even shorter one, thanking Giotto, Goya, Matisse, Duchamp, and Sol LeWitt.My Biennale Favorites
June 8, 2009
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To Cimabue succeeded his pupil, the famous Giotto, who died in 1337.
Giotto's portrait represents Dante at the age of twenty-seven.
Such, as seen in Giotto, was the great Florentine when Beatrice beheld him.
But for the inside Giotto was summoned to decorate the walls of the nave.Where Angels Fear to Tread
E. M. Forster
The great works of Giotto are in the lower church of the Franciscan monastery.Italy, the Magic Land
- also known as Giotto di Bondone. ?1267–1337, Florentine painter, who broke away from the stiff linear design of the Byzantine tradition and developed the more dramatic and naturalistic style characteristic of the Renaissance: his work includes cycles of frescoes in Assisi, the Arena Chapel in Padua, and the Church of Santa Croce, Florence
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An Italian painter and architect of the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries. Art in Italy before the time of Giotto was heavily influenced by the art of the Byzantine Empire and was highly stylized; it resembled the icons in Byzantine churches. Giotto was the first painter to abandon Byzantine ways and begin to depict more lifelike expressions and figures.