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DEODATO DI ORLANDI   (documented 1284-1315 in Lucca) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter. He was an eclectic and apparently prolific artist whose works record the transition from Italo-Byzantine painting of the 13th century to the Giottesque milieu of the 14th. They also indicate the importance of Florentine styles for Lucchese painting in his time. The earliest work attributed to him is a Crucifix with a living Christ (c. 1280; Pisa, Museo Nazionale di San Matteo), and if this attribution is correct it suggests that his early development was influenced by Berlinghiero Berlinghieri.

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