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Domenico Veneziano(dōmā`nēkō vānātsyä`nō), c.1400–1461, Italian painter. His origin is unknown, although his name suggests that he came from Venice. His art, with rich coloring and detailed landscape settings, has close affinities with northern painting. In Florence he created his most celebrated work, the St. Lucy Altarpiece (central panel in the Uffizi). It is one of the first works in which the Madonna and Saints are brought into the same spatial volume (Sacra Conversazione). Other paintings attributed to him are several Madonnas (Settignano; National Gall., London; National Gall. of Art, Washington, D.C.); an exquisite circular painting of the Adoration of the Magi (Berlin); and some portraits (National Gall. of Art, Washington, D.C.; Gardner Mus., Boston).
Veneziano, Domenico:see Domenico VenezianoDomenico Veneziano
, c.1400–1461, Italian painter. His origin is unknown, although his name suggests that he came from Venice. His art, with rich coloring and detailed landscape settings, has close affinities with northern painting.
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Born before 1410 in Venice; died May 15, 1461, in Florence. Italian painter.
From about 1439, Domenico Veneziano worked in Florence. At first under the influence of late Gothic painting, he later became a representative of the early Renaissance style in Florentine painting. In the Santa Lucia dei Magnoli altar-piece (c. 1445-48, Uffizi Gallery, Florence) he showed himself to be a master of perspective and figure construction. Unlike other Florentine artists, Domenico Veneziano showed great interest in problems of color, which he used to express emotional nuances. The silvery tone of his paintings (The Annunciation, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge) unifies the color scheme and creates an impression of light and air. Domenico Veneziano’s achievements were developed by his pupil Piero della Francesca.