of or relating to Siena or its people.
pertaining to or designating the style of painting developed in Siena during the late 13th and 14th centuries, characterized by a use of Byzantine forms and iconography modified by an increased three-dimensional quality, decorative linear rhythms, and harmonious, although sometimes ornamental, color.
an inhabitant of Siena.
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How to use Sienese in a sentence
Her answer was more disastrous than any battle; she took her trade from the port of Pisa to the Sienese port Talamone.
And then in the second chapel on the right is a lovely Sienese Madonna, and a strange fresco on the left wall of men taming bulls.
Influenced in the beginning by the Sienese, the Umbrian school of painting remained almost entirely religious.
The Palazzo itself consists of a huge central square block with Sienese battlements—square with hatched mouldings.Cathedral Cities of Italy | William Wiehe Collins
Sienese boys smoke cheap cigarettes, and the older men get black Tuscan cigars, but this was different.Olive in Italy | Moray Dalton