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Veronese, Paolo

Line breaks: Paolo Vero|nese
Pronunciation: /ˌvɛrəˈneɪzeɪ
 
, -zi/

Definition of Veronese, Paolo in English:

( Circa 1528–88), Italian painter; born Paolo Caliari. He is particularly known for his richly coloured feast scenes (for example The Marriage at Cana, 1562) and for his frescoes in the Doges' Palace in Venice.

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