Florentine School

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Florentine School: (1400 - 1600) The Florentine School was founded by Giotto, his simplistic and emotional paintings inspiring a large  portion of later painters. Initially, the Florentine School was influenced by the Internation Gothic style. In the 15th century, the  Florentine School was characterized by scientific and realistic work. Later in the 16th century, the school  was made famous through the work of Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo. The rise of the  Mannerist movement brought about the end of the Florentine School. It was brought to Florence by  Federico and Taddeo Zuccaro. Andrea del Sarto, - 1486 - 1530 Bartolommeo, Fra - 1472 - 1517 Botticelli, Sandro - 1445 - 1510
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Unformatted text preview: Cimabue, Giovanni - 1240 - 1302 della Francesca, Piero - 1420 - 1492 di Cosimo, Piero - 1462 - 1521 Gentile da Fabriano, - 1370 - 1427 Ghirlandaio, Domenico - 1449 - 1494 Gozzoli, Benozzo - 1420 - 1497 Piero della Francesca, - 1420 - 1492 Piero di Cosimo, - 1462 - 1521 Uccello, Paolo - 1397 - 1475 Andrea del Sarto, - 1486 - 1530 Bartolommeo, Fra - 1472 - 1517 Botticelli, Sandro - 1445 - 1510 Cimabue, Giovanni - 1240 - 1302 della Francesca, Piero - 1420 - 1492 di Cosimo, Piero - 1462 - 1521 Gentile da Fabriano, - 1370 - 1427 Ghirlandaio, Domenico - 1449 - 1494 Gozzoli, Benozzo - 1420 - 1497 Piero della Francesca, - 1420 - 1492 Piero di Cosimo, - 1462 - 1521 Uccello, Paolo - 1397 - 1475...
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