Colantonio

Saint Jerome in his Study by Niccolò Antonio Colantonio Colantonio was a century Neapolitan artist, his works were influenced by both Iberian and Flemish art, notably Jan van Eyck.

History of Art: Gothic Art-Illuminated Manuscripts,Master Boucicau

History of Art: Gothic Art-Illuminated Manuscripts,Master Boucicau

History of Art: Gothic Art-Lukas Moser,Master of the Albrecht Altar,Frances Nicolas

History of Art: Gothic Art-Lukas Moser,Master of the Albrecht Altar,Frances Nicolas

History of Art: Gothic Art-Illuminated Manuscripts

Weingarten Missal c. 1216 Illumination on parchment, 292 x 203 mm Pierpont Morgan Library, New York

History of Art: Gothic Art-Tommaso da Modena

TOMMASO DA MODENA Cardinal Nicholas of Rouen Fresco Chapter House, San Niccolò, Treviso The invention of eyeglasses, probably in the late thirteenth century, allowed people to peer at nature through a new kind of lens.

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