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VITALE DA BOLOGNA   (b. 1289/1309, Bologna, d. 1359/69, Bologna) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter (originally Vitale d'Aimo de'Cavalli, also known as Vidolino or Vitale delle Madonne). The earliest documentary references to Vitale concern S Francesco, Bologna, where he was paid for decorating a chapel in 1330 and where he witnessed deeds in 1334. He was probably born before 1309, since he would have been at least 25 to act as a witness. The earliest works attributed to him are the frescoes of standing saints and Abraham and the Blessed Souls (Bologna, S Martino), which show a strong Riminese influence in the cool, wine-red and olive tones and lean, high-cheeked faces.

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  • Crucifixion

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  • Madonna and Child

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  • Madonna dell'Umilta

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  • Madonna dell'Umilta (detail)

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  • St George 's Battle with the Dragon

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