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Over many centuries, people have been drawn to the art of 'Paolo Uccello', but he has often been seen as a rather eccentric character, producing an attractive but experimental art at a time when contemporaries, such as Brunelleschi and Masaccio, were forming the austere, realist works of the early Renaissance. This new, splendidly illustrated study re-emphasises the genius of Uccello by looking again at the fifteenth century in Florence, and considering the period as one in which the Gothic and Renaissance tranditions worked together in a creative synthesis. In this way, Uccelli can be seen as a natural representative of his time and a coherent creative intellect. All Uccello's frescoes are fully illustrated here, along with fold-out plates of his famous Battle of San Romano paintings. A complete catalogue of his known works is included, as well as a chronology and comprehensive bibliography.
With 328 illustrations, 174 in colour