Giotto di Bondone (1267-1337) was an Italian artist, mainly a painter, who operated in that country during the late Middle Ages (also called Trecento for the purposes of Italian art), considered a link between medieval Byzantine-style painting and the Italian Renaissance.
His refined technique, very advanced for the time, although lacking any theory about perspective yet, his ease to express the emotions of those represented, his simple and at the same time naturalism, and his way of painting accentuating the volume of the figures make him in a unique personality within the painting in the history of universal art.
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