- 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.
Origin of Sienese
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Examples from the Web for sienese
This may possibly have been done when Montepulciano was dismantled by the Sienese in 1232.
The beauty of the Sienese contado is clearly on the sandstone, not upon the clay.
The family of Tolomei was among the noblest of the Sienese aristocracy.
If d'Ucello was involved in fighting the Sienese, what might that mean for Daoud?
I am only sorry he will not come in time to save Orvieto from the Sienese.