An·dre·a [ahn-dre-ah], /ɑnˈdrɛ ɑ/, c1270–c1348, Italian sculptor.
Gio·van·ni [jaw-vahn-nee], /dʒɔˈvɑn ni/, c1245–c1320, and his father, Ni·co·la [nee-kaw-lah], /niˈkɔ lɑ/, c1220–78, Italian sculptors and architects.
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How to use Pisano in a sentence
The Pisano period is how long it takes the last digits of the Fibonacci numbers to repeat.
Niccolò Pisano appears to have been born in Apulia, and to have come to Pisa about the middle of the thirteenth century.
And it is really with such a painter as Giunta Pisano that Christian art pure and simple comes to end.
Born at Pontedera, the pupil of Giovanni Pisano, this great and lovable artist has been robbed of much that belongs to him.
The designs upon its panels, which are infinite in their variety, were made by Niccola Pisano and carried out by his son Giovanni.The Story of Perugia | Margaret Symonds
From this it is evident that the exuberance of Pisano's youth had yet to learn the reticence which comes with age.Cathedral Cities of Italy | William Wiehe Collins
British Dictionary definitions for Pisano
Andrea (anˈdrea), real name Andrea de Pontedera. ?1290–1348, Italian sculptor and architect, noted for his bronze reliefs on the door of the baptistry in Florence
Giovanni (dʒoˈvanni). ?1250–?1320, Italian sculptor, who successfully integrated classical and Gothic elements in his sculptures, esp in his pulpit in St Andrea, Pistoia
his father, Nicola (niˈkɔːla). ?1220–?84, Italian sculptor, who pioneered the classical style and is often regarded as a precursor of the Italian Renaissance: noted esp for his pulpit in the baptistry of Pisa Cathedral
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