Late Gothic art in Italy

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Italian art from the late 13th and 14th centuries was once known as primitive because it was seen largely as a transition from Medieval abstraction to the naturalism of the Renaissance (with a dose of Byzantine influence thrown in for good measure). Despite the Black Death, we now study the brilliant artist’s of Florence and Siena in their own right.


Part of Renaissance and Reformation in Europe


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