Giorgio Schiavone

1436/7 - 1504
His name was Culinovic, but he was born in Dalmatia, and so called Schiavone (i.e. the 'Slavonian') in Italy. He was apprenticed to Squarcione in Padua from about 1456 to 1459. In 1462 he was in Zara, and from 1463 he lived in Sebenico, making occasional visits to Padua. His style is dependent on Mantegna, the most distinguished pupil of Squarcione.

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A Female Saint
Giorgio Schiavone
probably about 1456-61
A Female Saint
S. Niccolò Altarpiece, Padua
Giorgio Schiavone
probably about 1456-61
S. Niccolò Altarpiece, Padua
Saint Anthony of Padua
Giorgio Schiavone
probably 1456-61
Saint Anthony of Padua
Saint Bernardino
Giorgio Schiavone
probably about 1456-61
Saint Bernardino
Saint Catherine
Giorgio Schiavone
probably 1456-61
Saint Catherine
Saint Jerome
Giorgio Schiavone
probably 1456-61
Saint Jerome
Saint John the Baptist
Giorgio Schiavone
probably 1456-61
Saint John the Baptist
Saint Peter Martyr
Giorgio Schiavone
probably 1456-61
Saint Peter Martyr
Saint Sebastian
Giorgio Schiavone
probably 1456-61
Saint Sebastian
The Pietà
Giorgio Schiavone
probably 1456-61
The Pietà
The Virgin and Child
Giorgio Schiavone
about 1456-60
The Virgin and Child
The Virgin and Child Enthroned
Giorgio Schiavone
probably about 1456-61
The Virgin and Child Enthroned
 
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