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“Girolamo dai Libri and Veronese Art of the Sixteenth Century”

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Time Out says

Lying just to the west of Venice in Northern Italy, Verona produced in the Renaissance its fair share of Old Masters, most notably Girolamo dai Libri (1474–1555), a manuscript illuminator and artist best known for his altarpieces. As a native of one of the major cities of the Veneto, dai Libri had a style that owed a great deal to the coloristic aesthetic of Venetian painting but also drawing on the naturalistic precisionism of Northern Renaissance art. Dai Libri’s 1520 altarpiece, Madonna and Child with Saints, serves as the centerpiece for this collection show of the artist and his Veronese contemporaries, also including illuminated manuscripts and drawings.


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