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Jan 8, 1830 - Feb 18, 1902. German-American painter.

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DOSSI, Dosso
Madonna in Glory with SS.John the Baptist and john the Evangelist

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DOSSI, Dosso Madonna in Glory with SS.John the Baptist and john the Evangelist
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DOSSI, Dosso Madonna in Glory with SS.John the Baptist and john the Evangelist


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DOSSI, Dosso

Italian High Renaissance Painter, ca.1490-1542 Although responsive to a wide range of outside influences, the most important of which were probably those of Giorgione in Venice and Raphael in Rome, he was an artist of great originality with a strong feeling for effects of light and colour. Landscape plays a prominent and highly expressive role in his work. He was employed, as were also the poets Matteomaria Boiardo (?1441-94) and Ludovico Ariosto, at the court of Ferrara, which was internationally renowned for its culture, especially its musical life and collections of art: one of his best-known works is an illustration of a magical scene from Ariosto's poetry,  Related Paintings of DOSSI, Dosso :. | Diana and Calisto dfhg | Aeneas and Achates on the Libyan Coast df | The Virgin Appearing to Sts John the Baptist and John the Evangelist dfg | Sibyl fg | Jupiter, Mercury and the Virtue df |
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