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Altichiero da Zevio

(ältēkyā`rō dä tsāv`yō), c.1330–c.1395, Italian painter, follower of Giotto. He worked in Verona and then Padua. His frescoes in the churches of Sant' Antonio and San Giorgio in Padua are notable as early examples of the use of classical proportions in the treatment of figures and space.
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1400, e miniato alla scuola di Altichiero: gia proprieta dei Papafava, e ora a Darmstadt Hessiche Landes- und Hochschulbibliothek 101" cf.
While her remarks about Multscher's influence seem apt, I question whether it is necessary to posit Laib's knowledge of Altichiero's Crucifixion in the Oratorio di San Giorgio in Padua or of Pisanello's medals as sources for his own horses.
He was quickly tackled on both sides by Jila and Altichiero, but the glimpse of another horse was enough encouragement for Conflict to nose back in front.
It has not been noted that the statuette's pose, evidently inspired by antique sculpture, occurs in a number of trecento frescoes: it is found in the foreground of Altichiero's Martyrdom of St George in the Oratorio di S Giorgio, Padua, datable between 1380-84, and in the foreground at a fresco representing Christ Meeting the Three Mattes on the Way to Calvary by the so-called 'Champagne' of Simone Martini in the Collegiata at San Gimignano.
John Richards, Altichiero: An Artist and His Patrons in the Italian Trecento Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Last year's 2,000 Guineas fourth Zoning is in action in the Jebel Ali Mile (1.30) and he looks to have first-rate prospects after his narrow success over Meadaaar over this course and distance last time, with both Conflict and Altichiero behind.
The feature race on the card went to Satish Seemar and John Carroll with the five-year-old Altichiero who improved on his previous performances this season to take the 0-100 handicap over 1,950m.
Padua's Guariento and Altichiero, on the other hand, rise in the book to the level of great artists, with Altichiero securing substantial treatment for his frescoes in the Oratory of San Giorgio in Padua and Guariento for the frescoes in the Chapel of the Reggio.
Fergal Lynch is enjoying a good run for Sir Michael Stoute and provided the Newmarket trainer with another success when Altichiero proved too strong for his five more-experienced rivals in the feature 12-furlong handicap.
James in the Santo (frescoed 1377-79 by Altichiero, commissioned by Bonifacio Lupi of Soranza who served in various diplomatic capacities at the Carrara court); the Oratory of S.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 7.00 Blue Kite, 7.30 Royal Preview, 8.30 Altichiero, 9.30 Elba Magic.