Mantegna



Andrea
[ahn-dre-ah] /ɑnˈdrɛ ɑ/ (Show IPA), 1431–1506, Italian painter and engraver.
Contemporary Examples

Other drawings, by artists such as Mantegna, are shown next to the print derived from them.
The Best of Brit Lit Peter Stothard July 8, 2010

Historical Examples

A great round window framed in the heavy molding of Mantegna and the pale clear sky of Northern Italy.
One-Act Plays Various

But Mantegna and Botticelli and Signorelli made him sad, and almost morose.
The Martian George Du Maurier

With what ardor Mantegna and Luca Signorelli seized upon a new trait or action!
The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 77, March, 1864 Various

Francois asked him, as he placed his copy of Mantegna’s figure in his portfolio.
The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Emile Zola

I believe they were attributed at one time to Mantegna, and they have also been ascribed to one of the Bellini.
Of the Decorative Illustration of Books Old and New Walter Crane

Mantegna, Andrea, wood-cuts of the Hypnerotomachia ascribed to, 219.
A Treatise on Wood Engraving John Jackson

The supreme quality of Mantegna was studied purity of outline, severe and heightened style.
Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3 John Addington Symonds

An advance payment of 25 ducats had been made to Mantegna in 1504.
A Popular Handbook to the National Gallery, Volume I, Foreign Schools Various

But after Mantegna the learning of Padua must be traced not in native painters, but in its influence on other schools.
A Popular Handbook to the National Gallery, Volume I, Foreign Schools Various

noun
Andrea (anˈdrɛːa). 1431–1506, Italian painter and engraver, noted esp for his frescoes, such as those in the Ducal Palace, Mantua

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