See also:Italian painter, by
See also:birth a Croat and by profession a
See also:priest, is said to have learned the elements of design in his own
See also:country, and to have studied afterwards with intense
See also:diligence at Rome under Giulio Romano, and at Verona under
See also:Girolamo de' Libri . He excelled in
See also:historical pieces and portraits,
See also:painting as for microscopical examination, and yet contriving to handle his subjects with
See also:great force and precision . His
See also:book of twenty-six pictures representing the procession of Corpus Domini, in Rome, was the
See also:work of nine years; and the covers were executed by Benvenuto
See also:Cellini . The
See also:British Museum has his twelve miniatures of the victories of the emperor
See also:Charles V . In the Vatican library is preserved a
See also:life of
See also:Frederick, duke of
See also:Urbino, superbly illustrated by
See also:Clovio,who is facile princess among Italian miniaturists . He was called Macedo, or Macedone, to connect him with his supposed Macedonian ancestry .
CLOVIS [Chlodovech] (c. 466-511)
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