Paolo Uccello (1397-1475) was an Italian painter and draftsman of the early Renaissance. His works are characterised by a meticulous attention to detail and a unique use of perspective. He was particularly known for his pioneering studies of linear perspective, which revolutionized the way artists depicted space. He also made major contributions to the development of the art of fresco painting. His works are widely admired for their vivid colours and graceful compositions.
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- Portraits of Giotto, Uccello, Donatello, Manetti and Brunelleschi
- The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Temple
- Predella of the Profanation of the Host: The Jewish Pawnbroker and his Family Burned at the Stake for Roasting the Consecrated Host
- Predella of the Profanation of the Host: The Jewish Pawnbroker Roasting the Consecrated Host in the Fire Which Streams with Blood Arousing the Attention of the Bailiffs who Batter Down the Door
- The Quarata Predella depicting the Adoration of the Magi