Giotto di Bondone

Italian Artist, 1266 - 1337
Giotto di Bondone (1267–1337) was an Italian painter and architect from Florence, widely considered to be the father of the Renaissance. His work was revolutionary for its time, combining traditional Byzantine elements with a more naturalistic style. He was the first to use foreshortening in painting, and his works have had an immense influence on the development of Western art. Giotto's frescoes and panel paintings are some of the most iconic works of the Italian Renaissance, and his influence can still be seen in the works of modern painters.

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