Giotto Di Bondone Giottos O
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- The master may have painted it to spite someone he knew by portraying him as a devil in the painting, Fusetti said on the convent's website.
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- Giotto di Bondone was an outstanding painter, sculptor, and architect,who dealt mostly with religious subjects. He was born in a village near Florence in about 1266. His artistic talents were discovered by Cimabue, a well-known Florentine painter.
- Giotto's Ognissanti Crucifix brought back to life
- A British woman has helped uncover an Italian masterpiece, and by doing so ended a mystery over exactly who painted it. The piece in question is the Ognissanti, or All Saints, Crucifix - which depicts Christ on a wooden cross nearly 5m (15ft) high.
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