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Pollaiuolo

[ poh-lahy-woh-loh; Italian pawl-lahy-waw-law ]

noun

  1. An·to·nio [ahn-, taw, -nyaw], 1429–98, Italian sculptor, painter, and goldsmith.
  2. his brother Pie·ro [pye, -, r, aw], 1443–96, painter, sculptor, and goldsmith.


Pollaiuolo

/ pollajˈwɔːlo /

noun

  1. PollaiuoloAntonio?14321498MFlorentineARTS AND CRAFTS: painterARTS AND CRAFTS: sculptorARTS AND CRAFTS: goldsmithARTS AND CRAFTS: engraver Antonio (anˈtɔːnjo), ?1432–98, Florentine painter, sculptor, goldsmith, and engraver: his paintings include the Martyrdom of St Sebastian
  2. PollaiuoloPiero?14431496MFlorentineARTS AND CRAFTS: painterARTS AND CRAFTS: sculptor his brother Piero (ˈpjɛːro). ?1443–96, Florentine painter and sculptor


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But he was much influenced by Antonio Pollaiuolo, and is altogether out of sympathy with the mystical art of Umbria.

At the same period flourished Antonio Pollaiuolo, who acquired a higher reputation than either of the last.

To its demands he was ready to sacrifice everything that habits acquired under Filippo and Pollaiuolo,—and his employers!

The later influence visible in the above-mentioned "Flagellation," as throughout all his work, is that of Antonio Pollaiuolo.

They show much of the influence of Pollaiuolo, and seem to me to be Signorelli's unassisted work.

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