Definition of Uccello, Paolo in English:

Uccello, Paolo

Line breaks: Paolo Uc|cello
Pronunciation: /uːˈtʃɛləʊ
 
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( Circa 1397–1475), Italian painter; born Paolo di Dono. His paintings are associated with the early use of perspective and include The Rout of San Romano (circa 1454-7) and A Hunt in a Forest (after 1460), one of the earliest known paintings on canvas.

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