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Paolo Uccello

Paolo Uccello (1397-1475) was an Italian painter and mathematician who played a key role in the development of Western perspective in art. Uccello’s style, characterized by a meticulous understanding of perspective and a fondness for geometric forms, is reflected in his works such as “The Battle of San Romano.” Despite his work being considered somewhat antiquated during his lifetime, Uccello’s unique approach to space and perspective has since been recognized for its role in transitioning Italian painting from the Gothic to the Renaissance period.

Artwork in the style of Paolo Uccello

Lesser Ury

Lesser Ury (1861-1931) was a German-Jewish Impressionist painter known for his atmospheric urban and landscape scenes. Ury was a key figure in the Berlin Secession movement, a collective that sought to challenge the conservative art establishment in Germany. His work often depicts the city of Berlin in varying weather conditions and times of day, imbued with a sense of quietude and contemplation. Ury’s unique blend of Impressionism and Symbolism greatly contributed to German art at the turn of the century.

Artwork in the style of Lesser Ury

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