Paolo Uccello was a talented painter living in Florence, Italy in the fifteenth century. His obsession with properly using and mastering perspective principles in his works is no doubt his lasting legacy. His analytic realism combines with his geometrization of forms and helps provide an overall effect of abstraction in many of his works. Our collection of works include the Battle of San Romano, Saint George and the Dragon, Creation of the Animals and Creation of Adam, Creation of Eve and the Expulsion, Portrait of a Lady, Portrait of a Young Man, Mary’s Presentation in the Temple, and Disputation of St. Stephen. There are also a number of paintings from his narrative and fairytale style in the Miracle of the Profaned Host series. We also included the four Prophets from the Florence Cathedral clockface.
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