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FRANCESCO UBERTINI (Bacchiacca): The master of color combinations, in Renaissance Florence

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TIBERIO DI ASSISI (1470/1524): Shades of Renaissance Pinturicchio and Perugino, in Rome, Assisi and Perugia

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AMICO ASPERTINI (1474/1552): The eclectic Italian painter who painted the Renaissance with both hands

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SPINELLO ARETINO (1350/1410): Shades of Giotto, in Florence, Pisa and Arezzo, between pages and bridesmaids gently harvested

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GIUSEPPE ARCIMBOLDO: Only one step away from the Renaissance, gives us its nuances of the grotesque and burlesque

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FERNANDO BOTERO: The Colombian contemporary painter, and his love for the Renaissance, with shades of Giotto and Mantegna

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ANTONELLO DA MESSINA, ITALIAN PAINTER: The Italian Renaissance painter who, with shades Flemish still gives life to his characters

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GUIDO DI PIETRO (Beato Angelico), ITALIAN PAINTER: The emotional nuance of the Middle Ages and humanity, in all its Renaissance paintings

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MARIOTTO ALBERTELLI: Painter of the Italian Renaissance, on the way from the workshop of Rosselli and brotherhood with Baccio della Porta, to the landscapes of the Flemish sile

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Michelangelo Buonarroti – Sculptor, painter, architect and poet of the Italian Renaissance

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