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Andrea Mantegna (1431–1506) excelled at three of the main tenets of Renaissance art: He was an early perfector of perspective, which he could warp ... Andrea Mantegna (Isola di Carturo, Padua 1431 – Mantova 1506), was a major painter and carver and played a crucial role in spreading the Renaissance style ...
Jan 21, 2020 ... Andrea Mantegna. The Story of an Original Renaissance Self-Made Artist. Explore all daily art news from the international art world. Read most ... Andrea Mantegna was an Italian Old Masters painter who was born in 1431. Their work was featured in numerous exhibitions at key galleries and museums, ...
Andrea Mantegna was a fifteenth century preeminent Italian painter. He also had interest in Roman archeology. He was related to one of the iconic painters of his time, Jacopo Bellini. He was Mantegna’s father-in-law and the pioneer of Renaissance style. His work is known for applying perspicere, Italian for perspective.
St. Sebastian is the subject of three paintings by the Italian Early Renaissance master Andrea Mantegna. The Paduan artist lived in a period of frequent plagues; Sebastian was considered protector against the plague as having been shot through by arrows, and it was thought that plague spread abroad through the air.