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ALTICHIERO da Zevio   (b. ca. 1330, Zevio, d. ca. 1390, Verona) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter. He probably came from Zevio near Verona and is sometimes considered to be the founder of the Veronese School, although the only surviving example of his work in that town is a fresco in Sta Anastasia. Most of his surviving work is in Padua, where he had a hand in fresco cycles in the Basilica of St Anthony (between 1372 and 1379) and in the Oratory of St George (between 1377 and 1384), in the latter of which he collaborated with an artist called Avanzo, who is otherwise unknown and whose contribution to the work is uncertain.

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  • Adoration of the Magi

    ALTICHIERO da Zevio  

  • Crucifixion

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  • Crucifixion

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  • Crucifixion (detail)

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  • Death of St Lucy

    ALTICHIERO da Zevio  

  • The Execution of Saint George

    ALTICHIERO da Zevio  

  • Virgin Being Worshipped by Members of the Cavalli Family

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