Pollaiuolo

[ poh-lahy-woh-loh; Italian pawl-lahy-waw-law ]
/ ˌpoʊ laɪˈwoʊ loʊ; Italian ˌpɔl laɪˈwɔ lɔ /

noun

An·to·nio [ahn-taw-nyaw], /ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/, 1429–98, Italian sculptor, painter, and goldsmith.
his brother, Pie·ro [pye-raw], /ˈpyɛ rɔ/, 1443–96, painter, sculptor, and goldsmith.

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Also Pol·lai·o·lo [poh-lahy-oh-loh; Italian pawl-lahy-aw-law], /ˌpoʊ laɪˈoʊ loʊ; Italian ˌpɔl laɪˈɔ lɔ/, Pol·laj·uo·lo [poh-lahy-woh-loh; Italian pawl-lahy-waw-law]. /ˌpoʊ laɪˈwoʊ loʊ; Italian ˌpɔl laɪˈwɔ lɔ/.

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Pollaiuolo
/ (Italian pollajˈwɔːlo) /

noun

Antonio (anˈtɔːnjo), ?1432–98, Florentine painter, sculptor, goldsmith, and engraver: his paintings include the Martyrdom of St Sebastian
his brother Piero (ˈpjɛːro). ?1443–96, Florentine painter and sculptor
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