Definition of Giotto di Bondone
1. Noun. Florentine painter who gave up the stiff Byzantine style and developed a more naturalistic style; considered the greatest Italian painter prior to the Renaissance (1267-1337).
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1. A General Catalogue of Books: Arranged in Classes, Offered for Sale by by Bernard Quaritch (1868)
"Giotto di Bondone, St. Francis appearing in a Dream to Pope Gregory IX. 16. Giotto di Bondone, Another Miracle of St. Francis. 17. Giotto di Bondone ..."
2. Catalogue of Periodical Literature, Journals and Transactions of Learned by Bernard Quaritch (1882)
"GiOttO di Bondone, The miraculous appearance of St. Francis to his Friars. Giotto di Bondone ... Giotto di Bondone, St. Francis appearing to Gregory IX. ..."
3. A General Catalog of Books Offered to the Public at the Affixed Prices by Bernard Quaritch (Firm) (1882)
"Giotto di Bondone, The miraculous appearance of St. Francis to his Friars. 14. Giotto di Bondone ... Giotto di Bondone, St. Francis appearing to Gregory IX. ..."
4. Italian Cities by Edwin Howland Blashfield (1902)
"Fresco by Giotto di Bondone in Santa Maria dell' Arena, Padua. Giotto was working upon the decoration of this building (called also La Madonna dell' Arena, ..."