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DONATO DE’ BARDI – Shades of Gothic and Renaissance Flemish in Genoa

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KAROLY BROCKY (1808/1855) – Vienna, Paris and London. Everywhere, its shades of ivory

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PAUL BIVA (1851/1900) – Realistic nuances of French naturalism

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IACOPO DE BARBARI (1460/1516): A painter and engraver of the Italian Renaissance, even beyond the Alps

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PEDRO AMERICO – The Brazilian pupil of Ingres, Flandrin and Vernet

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GIOVANNI BALDUCCI – Keep shades of classicism century, at the end of the Renaissance

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ALESSO BALDOVINETTI (1425/1499), ITALIAN PAINTER: Follower of Andrea del Castagno and Paolo Uccello, with their same realistic and naturalistic art

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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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