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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 9 Masaccio by Gaston Sortais 103765Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 9 MasaccioGaston Sortais (TOMMASO). Italian
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  • (b. 1497) and Filippo Lippi (b. 1406), contributed most actively to the Masaccio revolution in art. His works, however, show the influence of the frescoes
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  • Mary Magdalen de' Pazzi St. Mary of Egypt Mary Queen of Scots Mary Tudor Masaccio Mascoutens Indians Masolino da Panicale Richard Angelus a S. Francisco
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  • Veneziano; he may probably enough have become in the sequel the master of Masaccio. He was born in 1383; he died later than 1429, perhaps as late as 1440
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  • Masaccio
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  • Queen of Scots, p. 1180 Mary Queen of Scots — Maryland, p. 1181 Maryland — Masaccio, p. 1182 Masaniello — Mashonaland, p. 1183 Mason and Dixon's Line — Massachusetts
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  • page is complete. Gozzoli Angelica Kauffmann Antoine-Dominique Magaud Masaccio Matteo da Siena Antonello da Messina Luis de Morales Giovanni Battista
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  • collaborated in the carmine and to be also the master and forerunner of Masaccio. He played an important part in the development of the Renaissance but
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  • Renaissance in his native city of Florence as a sculptor in bronze, just as Masaccio led the way in the art of painting, and Brunellesco in architecture. In
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  • Maryborough (Queensland) Maryborough (Victoria) Maryland Maryport Marzabotto Masaccio Masai Masaniello Masaya Mascagni, Pietro Mascara Mascarene Islands Mascaron
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  • England Mary Magdalene Mary Queen of Scots Maryland Maryland, my Maryland Masaccio, Tommaso Guidi Masaniello Mascart, Eleuthere Elie N. Mashonaland Mason
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  • Castagno, in the district of Mugello, and died in August 1457. He imitated Masaccio and the naturalists of his time in boldness of attitude, but was deficient
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  • St. Helena, Heraclius and Chosroes. These frescoes rank with those by Masaccio in the Brancacci Chapel as epoch-making in the decorative art of the fifteenth
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  • the works, which had no doubt been zealously studied by Ghirlandajo, of Masaccio and others in the Brancacci chapel. He also did some other works in Rome
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  • Masaccio, Tommaso Guidi→
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  • Emperor's Son" (one group of which composition had already been sketched by Masaccio); finally, on the right wall, "Sts. Peter and Paul before the Proconsul"
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  • and at sixteen pronounced his vows (1421). At this time Masolino and Masaccio undertook in the Carmelite church those frescoes of the Brancacci chapel
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  • travels. Patch was one of the first artists to discern the supreme merits of Masaccio's frescos in the Church of the Carmini at Florence. He made careful drawings
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  • agreement with the spirit of Savonarola and also in part in the style of Masaccio and Filippino He had previously studied the Florentine art of the time
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  • on chiefly in the Brancacci Chapel, at the Carmine, where they copied Masaccio's famous frescoes, and in the Medici gardens at San Marco, where they drew
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