On Contacts between the Painters Active in the Republic of Dubrovnik, Venetian Albania, and South Italy during the Early 16th Century, with a Focus on Painter Michele Greco from Valona as a Case Study
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This article focuses on the painting style in Dalmatia and southern Adriatic during the 15th and the first decades of the 16th century, which merged Byzantine stylization, morphology, and iconography with Renaissance style, typology, and iconography. This type of hybrid style is observable both in the art of Eastern Orthodox painters and in the Roman Catholic ones. Special emphasis is on painter Michele Greco from Valona, who was active in Molise during the early 16th century.
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